Posts Tagged ‘JQuery’

SPLI(S)T – A jQuery Plugin

Tuesday, February 15th, 2011

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There really is no good flexible way to create columns from a ordered or unordered (X)HTML list. Having run into this problem on more then one occasion, I decided to create this jQuery function that I call SPLI(S)T—a fusion of slit and list, though simply pronounced splist. (more…)

Sure jQuery is Pretty, But Don’t Write Off CSS…

Saturday, August 28th, 2010

Have been teaching intro to jQuery a bit over the past two months, I have noticed that many of my students are quick to ditch the CSS hover pseudo-class once they discover the .hover() function. Sure .hover() is great and all, but CSS is built into the browser and thus you don’t need to load a script or execute a script in order for it to work. CSS is a powerhouse if you can get a little creative with it…


JQuery, what?!?

Thursday, March 25th, 2010

So here I am browsing around on the web, hitting up the usual stops and trying to expand my knowledge base on JQuery. It is then that I stumbled upon this YouTube video, seen below. I know that it is a bit long, but it is definitely worth the time, especially if you are a JQuery novice (you need to be a little past a fresh off the street beginner, but don’t let that stop you). Pretty ridiculous, check it out!

That kid knows his stuff! I mean not only does he know the language in and out but he is 12?!?! I guess that he is the next Bill Gates… What do you all think?