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Dynamically Create Charts Using jQuery Flot and Google Analytics

Earlier in the week I published a popular article titled Dynamically Create Charts Using MooTools MilkChart and Google Analytics. My post showed you how to use MooTools MilkChart and a splash of PHP to create beautiful charts of Google Analytics […]

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WordPress-Style Comment Controls Using MooTools

WordPress has a nice little effect on the Admin Dashboard where it shows and hides the comment control links when you mouseover and mouseout of the record’s container. Here’s how to achieve that effect using MooTools or jQuery. The XHTML […]

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Font Replacement Using Cufón

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We all know about the big font replacement methods. sIFR’s big. Image font replacement has gained some steam. Not too many people know about a great project named Cufón though. Cufón uses a unique blend of a proprietary font generator […]

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Adding Events to Adding Events in jQuery

Earlier this week I posted a usability tip about using CSS and MooTools’ custom event functionality to automatically add the “pointer” cursor when an element gets a “click” event attached to it. I received numerous requests for a jQuery version […]

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Shake Things Up Using jQuery UI’s Shake Effect

Yesterday I created a tutorial showing you how you can shake an element using Fx.Shake, a MooTools component written by Aaron Newton. It turns out that jQuery UI also has a shake effect which can draw attention to an element. […]

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David Walsh on NetTuts: Create a Twitter-Like “Load More” Widget

Both Twitter and the Apple App Store use a brilliant technique for loading more information; you click the link and fresh items magically appear on the screen. This tutorial teaches you to use AJAX, CSS, JavaScript, JSON, PHP, and HTML […]

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Implement MooTools’ Elements.addEvent in jQuery

One thing that I’ve always disliked about the jQuery JavaScript framework is its syntax for adding event listeners to elements. The way to add a click event to an element using jQuery is: $(‘#myElement’).click(function() { }); I love OOP so […]

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jQuery Link Nudge Plugin

A while back I debuted a tasteful mouseover/mouseout technique called link nudging. It started with a MooTools version and shortly thereafter a jQuery version. Just recently Drew Douglass premiered a jQuery plugin that aimed at producing the same type of […]

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