Welcome to part 2 of jQuery for beginners. In the first part we looked at how to add jQuery to our pages and also looked at how jQuery selects elements on the page before finally animating a div. In this lesson we are going to look purely at how to select elements through their relationship with the element we are already interacting with. This may seem complicated, but it’s in fact very straightforward.Read More
You always wanted to create your own online store but didn’t had the knowledge how to start or what shopping-cart solution to use?
No Problem! In this article I will introduce you the key-features of PrestaShop, one of the most used open-source e-Commerce shopping-cart solutions out there, which is free to use and with a big community.Read More
Today you will learn, how you can create a Flash-like effect with only using a few lines of jQuery and a transparent PNG as mask.
Not only will you be able to dynamically change the color of the logo, but also add patterns as you wish and even animate them later with a few lines of code. With this technique you will also be able to add transition effects and control any single part of the colors, patterns and animations.Read More
WordPress is an awesome publishing platform which is utilized everywhere these days. You will find WordPress development from Harvard Gazette to Andy Roddick’s official website. In this 1st article of 1st E-Commerce week, we will learn how to create a website which has online store’s functionalities in it. In simple words we will create a fully functional electronic store. We will also talk about building e-commerce themes from a developer’s point of view.Read More
First, I’d like to thank Joubert Quentin a.k.a hybrid-creation for allowing me to create this tutorial based on his image, Your Skull is Red. You can see his portofolio in DeviantArt or his personal site. Before we start, take at look at the image we are about to create below.
In this tutorial we will learn how to create selection, adjusting color, and adding depth to image.Read More
First I want to welcome you to my very first article for 1stwebdesigner. Today I’ll show you how to create a very nifty looking dynamic shadow with a few teaspoons of jQuery, a pinch of CSS and some transparent PNG’s as Base. I’ll explain every line of used code, so you can easily follow along and create your own awesome looking dynamic shadow powered by jQuery.Read More