Many sites have a really cool hidden panel which contains some relevant information and this panel is revealed to us, with a cool animation, when we click on a particular button or hover over it. This has usually been achieved using jQuery. But now as we advent towards the future and CSS3 is becoming a reality, here is a tutorial on how to build an animated slide out panel using only CSS3.
Recently, I was working on a project which required a customized form with only select boxes. I used jqTransform to customize the form and while working on it I discovered that after transforming the select box into a list of hyperlinks, the ‘change’ method of the select box doesn’t work at all. As ‘on-value-change’ event is a very important function for any drop down list box so here is a very simple solution to manipulate it while using jqTransform.
Everyone has a twitter account nowadays and all like to showcase their most recent tweets on their websites. This is generally done by displaying the tweets enclosed in a visually appealing box or the twitter bird shouting it. Here is a small tutorial on how you can increase the interactivity further with the help of CSS.
Main navigation menu is that part of a website design that makes the whole site look lively and complete. But the most common type of navigation menu style still being used a lot is the tabbed navigation menu. Here is a tutorial on how to code an overlapping tabbed menu.
This was my first venture to develop a small application based on windows operating system. I use to spend loads of time sitting in front of my computer and use to miss out on small appointments and other events. Hence, I just thought of creating a virtual personal assistant for myself to remind me of my appointments and help me out with my daily computer needs.
We are proud to launch the new version of Code-pal. The previous version was a static xHTML/CSS site and its redesign was long overdue. We basically needed a content management system to manage our portfolio as well as a blog to share stuffs and give back to the web community. So we ended up using Wordpress to achieve our target.