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Welcome to our jQuery archives page. Here you will find articles and many free plugins to help you build your webpage.

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Best Open Source CSS3 and jQuery Image Captions

The use of image captions within HTML has been a long-standing tradition among web developers. Typically this involves the <figure> and <figcaption> elements, plus some additional CSS styles. Because of the large open source movement we can find even more great examples of plugins and starter scripts for building these image captions in your own projects. I want to present…

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30 New jQuery Plugins Worth Taking a Look At

Hundreds upon hundreds of new jQuery plugins are released every year. Some basic, offering simple functions, others can be complex offering far more functionalities. Either way, both types of plugins are always useful. Today, with this jQuery round-up, we will focus on both types and highlight 30 plugins that we feel have been the most useful and innovative from the…

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How to Create a Basic jQuery Tooltip Plugin

If you have had anything to do with web development of late, you hardly need an introduction to either jQuery or jQuery plugins. In fact, jQuery plugins have become so popular that nearly 70% of the internet makes use of them in some way or the other. Novice or Pro, whatever your level of web development expertise might be, jQuery…

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How to Create Lazy-Loading Images for your Website

The effects of lazy load images can be seen on a number of websites. This technique forces your images to pause the loading process until the reader has viewed that specific area of the page. Web designers can build this onto a webpage through a number of resources, especially jQuery plugins. In this article I’d like to examine lazy-loading images…

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Microsoft TypeScript: “Syntactic Sugar” For JavaScript

Are you involved in application-level development using JavaScript? If so, this news might interest you! A few weeks ago, Microsoft unveiled a new JavaScript-like programming language named TypeScript. At its most basic level, TypeScript operates by translating code into JavaScript (that enables its apps to run in any browser). The language itself is pretty similar to JavaScript in terms of…