Many websites use a “sticky” feature in their main navigation menu. The menu scrolls with the page, then sticks to the top once it reaches the top of the viewport. There are lots of jQuery plugins we can use to …Continue reading
HTML5’s local storage feature allows the browser to store and retrieve specific data. In this post, we’ll pick up where we left off in the previous post where we built a real-time CSS editor using the HTML5 contenteditable attribute. Now we’re …Continue reading
The common use of Ajax in web development has created a dynamic yet fluid Internet. Designers often build mockups which incorporate Ajax-based elements such as lazy loaders, tabbed widgets, and other similar page elements. In this tutorial I want to …Continue reading
From start to finish, this quick tip with Andrew Chalkley will take you through an example using jQuery’s Smooth Scrolling on a FAQ page.
The process to understand API development is generally complicated but should become easier with practice. Social networks like Twitter and YouTube offer XML/RSS/JSON feeds without the requirement of an API key. However, other smaller networking websites like Instagram and Etsy …Continue reading