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  1. Accept Cookies / Cookie Consent Bar

    The EU cookie law went into effect in the UK in May 2012. UK's implementing guidance requires web sites to:
    • Inform site visitors when a site uses cookies
    • Explain what the non-essential cookies are and what they do
    • Obtain consent to store non-essential cookies on the visitor's device

    For more information, please see this nice "Everything You Need to Know About the Cookie Law in Five Minutes" article.

    Accept Cookies / Cookie Consent Bar Demo: ...
  2. Add 'Swipe Support' to your website (RWD CSS3 Any Content Slider demo)

    Let visitors 'feel' their way around the interactive areas of your website by adding support for native swipe gestures on touch devices. I'll be using my earlier RWD CSS3 Any Content Slider (JS auto-play) as a demo, but you can easily take away from this post to add touch gestures to your own apps... Need some other ideas?

    Website features that may benefit from a left or right swipe;
    - a content slider (progress back and forth between slides)
    - an image gallery (progress ...
  3. RWD Cross-Fade Slideshow with Retina Images

    Want a simple, responsive cross-fading slideshow, with images that are lightweight AND retina-ready? You got it!


    Works in modern browsers and IE9+ (no fade effect in IE9). IE8 users just see a static image - but you can make IE8 act like IE9 with some CSS mods (see comments)

    This post covers 2 topics that can be used separately OR combined. First up... the slideshow. ...
  4. Show "new" content until visited (link tracking)

    Ever wanted to flag newly added content to individual visitors, and then remove the flag once they've read it? Here's how to do it using local storage (like cookies) to save tracked, internal links on your website.

    Demo: Tracked 'New' Links

    Where you might use this script
    - to indicate new and unread blog entries
    - to highlight important notices on your home page
    - to track read chapters of ...
  5. Multi-Level, Off-Canvass Menu with IE7/8 support

    Hidden side menus, like the ones used in Facebook and Youtube apps, are a space-saving alternative to traditionally visible desktop menus. This post introduces an upgrade to the earlier CSS-only off-canvass menu, that makes it possible for IE7/8 users to enjoy this menu too.

    All the features are the same as the CSS-only version - the difference here is that JavaScript makes it compatible with earlier versions of Internet Explorer (IE7/8).

    Demo - CSS3 Multi-Level, Off-Canvass ...

    Updated 10-29-2014 at 01:09 PM by Beverleyh

    JavaScript & Ajax , CSS related , Web Design issues
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