Using CSS Transitions to Create Image Overlays

/ CSS / by Paul Robinson / 1 Comment

Today we are going to look at how to replicate the beautiful image overlays, also called caption animations, created by the jQuery plugin Mosaic with just CSS transitions. No JavaScript at all. Using CSS Transitions to Create Image Overlays: Demo Arguably the most important part of a tutorial is the demo. So without any further dilly-dallying here is the demo. […]

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AngularJS: Shopping List Application – Part 1

/ Javascript / by Paul Robinson / 10 Comments

I’ve been getting a lot, and I mean a huge amount, of requests for a tutorial on some form of JavaScript framework. I tried Backbone, but honestly? I just couldn’t get to like it. It is brilliant, but not for me. So someone suggested AngularJS instead & it was love at first sight. Super simple and it even feels like […]

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HTML Compatible jQuery Typewriter

HTML Compatible jQuery Typewriter

/ jQuery / by Paul Robinson / 17 Comments

Going back to my jQuery Typewriter posts I’ve had a few requests in the comments, and via email, to make it work with HTML. Previously I thought this would be near impossible, but a bolt of inspiration hit me & this code was born.

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Go On Select Drop Down Menu

/ HTML, Javascript / by Paul Robinson / 9 Comments

I was asked a day or two ago to create a one of those drop down menus that goes somewhere when you select a new item. I created it and realized how little there is on the internet on how to create one, so here is how you do it.

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How To Use The HTML 5 Video Element

/ HTML / by Paul Robinson / 2 Comments

If you are a fan of watching online videos you may, or may not, know that nearly all videos on the web are played using a video player that runs using the Adobe Flash plugin. While this has always been ok, it is still a plugin & native support for playing videos would be a lot better.

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Using HTML to Liven Up Your Zazzle Gallery Home Page

/ Zazzle / by Lisa Marie Robinson / 15 Comments

IMPORTANT: As of June 2013, Zazzle announced that HTML will no longer be allowed within the description area of our store home pages. You’ve just opened an account with Zazzle. You’ve created a few products, uploaded a spiffy header, added a few product lines and wrote a nice little paragraph welcoming people to your gallery… but you yearn for something […]

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