10 jQuery Plugins That Enhance Your Images

published on January 17, 2012

Over the years, jQuery become very popular with designers and developers who want to create dynamic effects without using cumbersome programming languages.  The talented community creating plugins to help designers moving ahead with creating effects within no time, instead of …

Lazy Loading Video To Speed Up Your Web Page

published on December 1, 2010

When you have a web page containing a video that will not be played until clicked, you can speedup page loading by applying this quick tip which you may have seen on Facebook. Will wrap the video embed code with …

Showing Off bit.ly Clicks of Your Posts With jQuery

published on July 29, 2010

While showing off number of retweets you get on a post is very common, showing number of clicks -that is relatively higher- can be a very interesting measure of how popular your post is. Since, sharing your short URL is …

Display Delicious Bookmark Count on Your Web Page

published on July 21, 2010

Although it’s unnecessary to display the bookmark button for Delicious because who still not using quick delicious plugin to bookmark such as: Delicious Bookmarks (for Firefox) or Delicious Extension (for Chrome). However, that is a good idea when displaying the …

Shadow Motion Effect in 5 Lines Of jQuery

published on April 22, 2010

Who doesn’t love motion effects, right? shadows following the motion of movements while in a fighting scene, some of my favorite scenes are from The Matrix, Kung Fu Hustle, etc. I don’t event know how this effect is called, but …

Learning jQuery: Your First jQuery Plugin, "BubbleUP"

published on February 22, 2010

Update: The icons used in this tutorial can be found free here. There are many posts available detailing how to write your own jQuery plugin. It won’t take long before you realize that building in jQuery is very simple. Continuing …

How to Pull Your Google Buzz with jQuery

published on February 15, 2010

So you just got into Google Buzz few days ago and would like to embed your buzz stream into a website yourself. Here are a few jQuery lines to help you get started.

Pure Javascript solutions usually incorporate the JSON format [The Fat-Free Alternative to XML] since it is lightweight, very easy to traverse. However, since Google Buzz was launched last Tuesday they still haven’t offered a JSON format of the Buzz feed yet.

Google Buzz API provides your buzz stream in Atom format. But, under the "same origin policy" you can’t pull data (like Atom) from another domain without using JSONP [a complement to the base JSON data format]. So, that’s when another Google service comes to the rescue: Google AJAX Feed API, a proxy that downloads your Atom/RSS feed and converts it into JSON format.


Relax with Javascript: Randomize Your CSS Style

published on November 6, 2009

This is just a small tip for fun. Sometime, we are bored with the only-one style in our website, but today, we will make some changes. We will create a javascript to randomize the CSS everytime we refresh the web page. For what? Just make our style always get new.