How to Make Custom Designs for your jQuery Slider

Posted in Coding, HTML & CSS, JS & AJAX, Tutorials2 years ago • Written by 15 Comments

Sliders are a common component used in website design and for various purposes. We can create image, content, or video sliders using  jQuery. jQuery is the most popular JavaScript framework used for these sliders. A lot of jQuery sliders can be categorized based on the techniques used for sliding. The following are some common and trending techniques used by developers.

  • Layered Sliders – This is the latest addition to sliders with parallax effect.
  • Fade In/Out Sliders – These types of sliders do not have controls. Content just fades away one by one.
  • Banner Rotators – These sliders rotate in a circular path.

There are many other types of techniques as well. Each type of slider is suited for a different purpose and location on your website. Hence the designer has to carefully choose sliders for different locations.

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Microsoft Announces TypeScript: Will It Change The Web?

Posted in Coding, JS & AJAX, News, Web Design2 years ago • Written by 10 Comments

Like it or not, JavaScript has long established itself as a de-facto scripting language on the web. There are many programmers who are in love with JavaScript, and then there is an equal number of programmers who hate it. Yet, if you are developing for the web, you most probably deal with JavaScript in some way or another, at some point or the other.

Owing to such popularity, JavaScript has seen its fair share of clones copies languages that attempt to replace or build upon JS. CoffeeScript is a shining example, for instance.

Among such examples, we recently saw a new entrant few days ago. Yes, Microsoft announced the release of TypeScript, a typed superset of JavaScript.

What is it all about? Read on as we take a look at it in this article!

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47 Cool and Useful CSS3 Tutorials and Techniques

Posted in Coding, HTML & CSS, Tutorials2 years ago • Written by 11 Comments

Using CSS3 proficiently makes designing a lot more fun. With a good command of CSS3, you can create beautiful designs with great efficiency and ease. The tutorials are extremely helpful, not only for the professionals, but, also for the beginners.

Here we have put together a smart collection of useful CSS3 tutorials to help you learn the nitty-gritty of it so that you can use it to create more beautiful web sites. Enjoy!

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Media Queries Tutorial – Convert Burnstudio into a Responsive Website

Posted in Coding, HTML & CSS, Tutorials2 years ago • Written by 5 Comments

Howdy Folks! If you’re following the series, we have converted Burnstudio Design Agency from PSD to working HTML/CSS. We have discussed how we will markup the HTML and how we will style it using CSS. Now, in this tutorial I will teach you how to make it Responsive by using Media Queries. Media Queries will change the look of the website depending on the screen resolution of the device: desktop to a mobile resolution by tweaking the CSS for a variety of viewports.

By the end of this media queries tutorial you will learn how to convert any website into a responsive website.

Let’s get started!

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Why It Is Good Idea To Learn jQuery in Year 2013?

Posted in 1WD Features, Coding, JS & AJAX, Web Design2 years ago • Written by 10 Comments

If you have anything to do with web development, you probably have heard the term ‘jQuery’ over a million times already. Believe it or not, jQuery has risen to popularity in a short span of time and today it stands as one of the most well-loved and popular entities when it comes to developing for the internet.

In this article, we shall be taking a look at jQuery in detail — its origins, advantages, disadvantages, and anything else that matters.

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Design an Awesome Product Page with CSS Background Attachments

Posted in Coding, HTML & CSS, JS & AJAX, Tutorials2 years ago • Written by 7 Comments

Today I am going to show you how to create a product page for your website with awesome CSS effects. We will be using CSS background attachments and jQuery to create these effects. There are 2 commonly used techniques using this effect. First method is creating the before and after effect of an image. I am going to create the second method which will change the product’ as we scroll down. Take a quick look at our demo product page to get an idea about the effect we are implementing in this tutorial.

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Create a Stylish Tweet Book with Jquery and CSS

Posted in Coding, HTML & CSS, JS & AJAX2 years ago • Written by 11 Comments

Twitter is a popular social networking service used by millions of users to share text-based content. It has been described as the “SMS of the Internet.” We love to tweet links and ideas we are interested as well as follow other people with similar interests. Everyone loves to follow a lot of people and hence there is a possibility of missing the most important tweets.

So in this tutorial I am going to create a stylish Tweet book to keep your best friends and view their Tweets. As you complete this tutorial you will gain knowledge in working with jQuery and CSS to create a stylish book design. You will also learn to work with the Twitter API using jQuery and AJAX. So let’s get started.

Once you open the demo click on the button with the arrow to open the book. Then click on a letter to load friends. Then click view button to get the recent tweets.

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Create a Minimal Coming Soon Page using HTML5 and CSS3

Posted in Coding, HTML & CSS, Tutorials2 years ago • Written by 26 Comments

In this tutorial we are going to create a Coming Soon page using HTML5 and CSS3 with a minimalist style and light colors. We will use the minimal Coming Soon page designed in Photoshop by Stelian a few days ago. If you’ve missed that tutorial be sure to check it out here:

Create a Minimal Coming Soon Page in Adobe Photoshop.

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Create a Sliding Navigation Menu with jQuery

Posted in Coding, HTML & CSS, JS & AJAX2 years ago • Written by 11 Comments

Having a sliding navigation menu helps users to find the important pages of your website in a cool way. It is important to keep your navigation menu simple and user-friendly while keeping it attractive.

Consider a situation where you include your blog categories in a navigation menu. If you have a long category list, a drop down navigation menu will exceed the page height and the user might need to scroll to navigate to the last part of the menu. These small things are enough for a user to navigate away from your site.

To solve that, we are going to create a complete navigation menu using jQuery. I will explain how to compress large menus using sliding panels to keep the depth of your menu to a minimum level. Take a look at the demo before we get started. You can see that sub level menu items are hidden initially and displayed as sliding panels on click.

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How to Create a Multi-Step Form Using RhinoSlider

Posted in Coding, HTML & CSS, JS & AJAX2 years ago • Written by 18 Comments

How do you feel when you see a long Sign Up form for a website or service? Generally, people get bored when the Sign Up form is too long. Ideally, you should keep the form as simple as possible with minimum fields, and if that is not possible, try using a multi-step form.

The reason why Facebook Connect and Sign In with Twitter has become so popular these days is because of their simplicity, since users can sign up just by logging into their Facebook or Twitter account.

If you are using normal Sign Up forms and still require a lot of data from your users, a multi-step form is the best solution. So the form is broken into small sections and the user only sees one section at a time. Also, multi-step forms reduces the space you need on the page.

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