(Latest release, v1.0 on 01/27/2012)
(Latest release, v2.0 on 10/07/2010)
Instant validation provides users with immediate form validation errors, correcting user input as soon as it’s entered rather than waiting for form submission. The appearance and position of the validation error messages are easily styled through CSS and plugin options. Currently available validation types include required fields, email addresses, phone numbers, zip codes, and numbers, but more will be added!
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Points of Interest is a jQuery plugin written to replace the once commonplace interactive maps implemented with Flash. Using one image and two unordered lists, the plugin creates over the image clickable areas which display overlay panels of detailed information. Read the rest of this entry »
Following up on last week’s post about things I never want to see online again, I’ve compiled a list of the 5 great new technologies which will help make those old atrocities obsolete forever. Read the rest of this entry »
For seasoned vets or first-time plug-in authors, here’s my basic template from which I start every jQuery plugin. It’s not all that much, but it does save some set-up time and helps to make sense of the “});” soup that tends to occur at the end of every plug-in. Read the rest of this entry »
(Latest release, v1.1 on 02/09/2011)