These select boxes all contain the exact same security question. However, each question can only be selected once — we’re using jQuery to remove selected questions from all the other dropdowns. […]
I was tasked with replacing several dozen Photoshop-generated rounded buttons on a large site with a flexible HTML/CSS/JS equivalent. I wanted it to be simple and leave the code as clean as possible. It also needed to work in all modern browsers. This is my solution. […]
Rounded corners with border-radius are nice… when they work. Unfortunately, not all browsers support border-radius yet. Here’s a simple script that will let you test for border-radius support using jQuery. […]
If you’re a typical blog owner, one of your biggest goals is to keep visitors browsing your site. One good way to do that is by showing off your most popular posts. Here’s a way to show your Top Content from Google Analytics on your WordPress blog by piggybacking on an existing plugin. […]
WordPress widgets have been around for quite some time, but the way they were developed changed with WordPress 2.8. This tutorial walks you through building one from scratch. […]
Last week’s article covered how to build a tabbed box interface, starting with Photoshop, and moving through XHTML and CSS to our basic jQuery functionality. If you missed it, I would highly recommend starting your reading there. This article will show you how to use jQuery to make your tabbed interface more attractive and interactive. […]
Update: I’ve created an advanced version of this technique that works in IE6! Read more here.
Earlier this week, I explained the basics of CSS positioning: what it is and what your options are. Now I’d like to take some time and explain a couple of tricks for using positioning in the real world… stuff that […]