How to Create a Multi-Step Form Using RhinoSlider

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 … Continue Reading

7 Ways to Boost Your Page Load Time Using CSS and JavaScript

Everybody has less and less time today for surfing, chatting, spending time on social media or whatever they like to do on the internet. Slow loading speeds disappeared a long time ago and we don’t want to see blogs and web pages taking too much out of our already limited time. You can find many … Continue Reading

50 New And Crazy Cool jQuery Plugins

With 2011 a little over half over it’s the right time to look at, and uncover, the current trends of web design and development. It’s sure been a helluva ride for jQuery and it’s growth just doesn’t stop. With more than 40% of websites using jQuery now it’s no longer possible to ignore this efficient, … Continue Reading

The Ultimate Guide to Object Oriented Basics of JavaScript

Thanks to expertly crafted libraries such as jQuery and MooTools, JavaScript has become a foundation of Front-End Development. However, it’s extremely important that we note the higher level concepts utilized in these wonderful libraries. Why is that? As web developers, we must equally balance learning the current programming trends with attempts to push the boundaries … Continue Reading

45+ Very Functional Javascript Sliders and Scrollers

Every web developer needs to use Javascript in creating web applications, and when it comes to displaying multiple items on a page with a focus on a single item, sliders and scrollers come in handy. You can use Javascript sliders and scrollers with news, images or products to display data in an organized and user … Continue Reading

How to connect your site with twitter using @Anywhere

Twitter has launched @Anywhere, a more simple way of integrating twitter in your site. With it you can add follow buttons, hovercards, linkify twitter usernames and connect with twitter.  In this tutorial, I will show you how to use @Anywhere in your site. I will add some twitter @Anywhere features to the application build in … Continue Reading

Getting Started: Learning to Code for the Web, Logically

Coding is a logical process. You want the site or program to do a particular thing. You enter in the commands needed to achieve that end. Learning to develop websites could be approached just as logically. Languages for the computer could be compared to math classes. You need to learn simple addition before you can … Continue Reading

How to Build a Distance Finder with Google Maps API (Part-2)

In the first part of this tutorial we’ve built a distance finder using google maps. To build our app we’ve used the newest google maps api version, v3. Our distance finder lets the user write two addresses, shows them on a map, shows the route between them and computes the route’s length. Today, we will … Continue Reading

How to Build a Distance Finder with Google Maps API

Google maps is a free web mapping service application provided by Google. It offers lots of cool features (showing various map types, plotting points, showing routes, geocoding addresses). You can also add all these features to your website using the Google Maps APIs provided by Google. In this tutorial I will show you how to … Continue Reading

Presenting the Great New Features of jQuery UI 1.8

The final version of jQuery UI 1.8 just got released a few days ago. I will go through all new features and also show you some examples with the new widgets. Along with the hundreds of bug fixes and improvements, 5 new plugins and 1 new effect found the way into the bundle.