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  1. RWD CSS3 Any Content Slider (JS auto-play)

    Today I revisit the Responsive CSS3 Any Content Slider, enhancing it with auto-play and start/stop controls (and later, a large touch-toggle with swish 'zoom' animation), thanks to a sprinkle of JavaScript.

    But first, a recap on the CSS-only version that was covered in an earlier blog post, mainly just as a reminder about usage of the checkbox hack to emulate click events via CSS - that's what gives it functionality without JavaScript, but, I was contacted and asked to make it play ...
  2. Paginated Responsive Modal Gallery (PHP/CSS3/JS)

    My modal gallery has evolved and here come versions 4 and 5. Both now include pagination but version 5 is PHP generated to help with maintainability.

    First, a recap on the gallery development so far;

    Now, so far, this gallery has only ...
  3. Responsive Modal Gallery with keyboard nav controls (CSS3/JS)

    In an effort to make my previous (version 1) CSS-only Modal Gallery more user-friendly, I've now created a version that incorporates simple keyboard navigation from inside the modal overlay, using a small amount of JavaScript.

    Please see version 3 - the Responsive CSS3 Modal Gallery (+ additional JavaScript keyboard controls)

    This version of the gallery works a little more like how modern image galleries are expected to work (or rather, how users have learned to expect ...
  4. Scroll to Top Script

    Here's my alternative to the ddscript Jquery Scroll to Top Control V1.1

    scroll_to_top.js

    Code:
    $.fn.scroll_to_top = function(userOptions) {
    	var check_scroll = 0;
        var defaultOptions = {
    		image : 'jump_to_top.png',
    		image_height : '6%',
    		image_width : '3%',
    		scroll_distance : 200,
    		scroll_location : 0,
    		scroll_speed : 600,
    		button_animate_speed : 200,
    		button_animate_type : 'fade',
    ...
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  5. Compact Cookie Unit

    Cookies are often confusing. Much of the confusion can be eliminated if you know that all cookies are strings. If you want to store an array, function, number, or an object in a cookie, you must convert it to a string before storage and upon retrieval change it back into the object/array/function/number that it was. Cookies are therefore best used for string storage and retrieval. This unit doesn't pretend to eliminate all of the possible confusions that can arise from "when and where in ...

    Updated 07-10-2010 at 03:59 PM by jscheuer1

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