Multi-Step Registration Style Wizard using jQuery
Style Your Site Using jQuery
By pulling in feed from the Yahoo API with jQuery, you can style your website according to the Weather! Find out how by following this step by step guide. We'll start by creating four backgrounds for sun, rain, snow and cloudy, then use a clever jQuery script to pull in the forecast. To finish things off, we'll even create a cool manual override, allowing users to switch through the various themes themselves.
Using Jquery to create an awesome registration page
In this tutorial we'll be using a number of Jquery functions to create a registration page that functions. Username availability, Password match and Email validation.
Create iPhone-style buttons with the iButton jQuery Plug-in
At work we just released another jQuery plug-in called the iButton jQuery Plug-in (which brings the total of open source jQuery plug-ins we've released to four.) This plug-in allows you to generate iPhone-style buttons from checkbox and radio elements. While there are several libraries out there that generated iPhone-style buttons, we couldn't find one that did everything we needed, so I wrote one!
Make an accordion style menu using jQuery
JQuery fading menu
Learn how to create a JQuery navigation with a fading image hover effect. Complete step by step guide.
Introduction to jQuery UI
The jQuery UI project was originally created to bring you a set of "official" jQuery plugins. Mature components from the plugins repository were pulled together to form the first release of jQuery UI. But since each of these plugins had its own style, having been written by different authors...
A Faster More Flexible Way to Write jQuery CSS
We all know that its better to assign an ID or Class to an element that references a style sheet via jQuery, but there are some cases where styling or even animating your element with jQuery is necessary.
LavaLamp Menu with jQuery
JQuery sliding menu
Learn how to create a button with a built in JQuery sliding menu. Complete step-by-step. Example Included.
Styling an HTML page using jQuery
jQuery uses CSS1, 2 and parts of CSS3 at the heart of all it’s queries, just in the same way you would use CSS to target an element or group of elements to style.
Getting Started with jQuery
Jquery CSS Style Switcher
This tutorial will explain how to create a better jQuery stylesheet switcher. We'll simply change some colours for the user.
Build your own jQuery plugins
This tutorial will take you step by step through creating your very own truncation plugin.
Adding jQuery to your Webiste
jQuery Plugin Development Pattern
I've been developing jQuery plugins for quite a while now, and I've become rather comfortable with a particular style of plugin development for my scripts. This article is meant to share the pattern that I've found especially useful for plugin authoring. It assumes you already have an understanding of plugin development for jQuery.
Ajax with JQuery - An Introduction with jQuery
Animated Scrolling with jQuery
A few weeks ago I wrote about how to use jQuery and a couple modules from the Interface plugin suite to automatically have same-page links scroll to their target location when clicked. Well, now that jQuery 1.2 is out, we can do the same thing with jQuery core alone.
Accordion Style FAQ's with jQuery
Condense a lengthy FAQ page with accordion style navigation, making your answers only appear when the questions of interest are clicked.
Display Your Favourite Music with jQuery & Last.fm
Use the power of jQuery and the handy last.fm records plugin to create a showcase of your favourite music on your website. We will install the plugins to fetch the information from the Last.fm website, then style up the design with a cool retro vinyl record theme.
Include jQuery in Firebug for testing jQuery code
It's not only possible to include the jQuery source right from the Firebug console, but you can also add a bookmarklet to your Bookmarks toolbar for one-click jQuery action!