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Perfect jQuery Tabs without Plugins
Perfect jQuery Tabs without Plugins
This is a great, simple jQuery and Ajax script that lets you create stunning tabs for your website with less than 10 lines of code.
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HTML Tabs: Complete Tutorial and Plugin
HTML Tabs: Complete Tutorial and Plugin
Detailed tutorial on creating, styling and scripting your own HTML/CSS tabs,
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Perfect Tabs using jQuery (no plugin)
Perfect Tabs using jQuery (no plugin)
Let's see how we can create awesome Tabs with the help of jQuery code without using any plugin. All under 10 lines of jQuery code.
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HTML Tabs: Complete tutorial and plugin
HTML Tabs: Complete tutorial and plugin
Detailed tutorial on creating, styling and scripting your own HTML/CSS tabs, while making code re-usable creating a lightweight jQuery plugin.
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Simple jQuery Tabs
Simple jQuery Tabs
In this tutorial we will build a simple tabbed content and make it function using jQuery.
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Creating CSS3/jQuery crossbrowser Drop-down menu with tabs
Creating CSS3/jQuery crossbrowser Drop-down menu with tabs
make dropdown menu with parental tabs (as first level).
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Open All External Links in New Tabs
Open All External Links in New Tabs
Open All External Links in New Tabs using jQuery
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Titanium Appcelerator App Performance boost.
Titanium Appcelerator App Performance boost.
When I was programming Fruit Memory I gave every screen a different window. Result the app became verry slow. That reminded me when I was programming about 10 years ago for an HP IPAQ. Back then I used visual studio tools to create a time tracking software. The language I used whas vb6. I had the same performance issues with that app becouse I first used a form for each form (Souds logical). I figured out when I used only one form and used tabs that I showed or hided I had a huge performance boost. I used that idee again. I created views instead of windows and bam. It worked out for me.
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How to Make jQuery Tabs
How to Make jQuery Tabs
In modern web design, one of the challenges often faced is finding a way to show large amounts of content in a small space, all while keeping the displays attractive. The “tabs” pattern solves this problem. The pattern is instantly recognized and intuitive, as every major OS uses the feature extensively. Today, we’ll learn how to code a tabset. We’ll be making it semantic and clean.
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Using jQuery to Open Standards Compliant XHTML Links in New Tabs or Windows
Using jQuery to Open Standards Compliant XHTML Links in New Tabs or Windows
Learn how to properly open standards compliant HTML links with jQuery.
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Tutorial: Ajax load content automatically
Tutorial: Ajax load content automatically
Load your databse query automatically without having to update your page.
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JavaScript Tabs - Create Tabbed Web Pages Easily
JavaScript Tabs - Create Tabbed Web Pages Easily
Learn how to use JavaScript to create a tabbed Web page for holding lots of content. Full code included for copying and pasting into your website.
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jQuery UI: Add Close button to dynamically added tabs
jQuery UI: Add Close button to dynamically added tabs
When working with jQuery UI tabs it is really easy to dynamically add tabs. You just use UI's "add" method as specified in the documentation: .tabs( 'add' , url , label , [index] ). But there is no method for dynamically adding a close button so the tabs can be removed. Here is a quick little script I wrote to do just that.
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jQuery UI: Add Close button to dynamically added tabs
jQuery UI: Add Close button to dynamically added tabs
When working with jQuery UI tabs it is really easy to dynamically add tabs. You just use UI's "add" method as specified in the documentation: .tabs( 'add' , url , label , [index] ). But there is no method for dynamically adding a close button so the tabs can be removed. Here is a quick little script I wrote to do just that.
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Progressive Enhancement: Anchor Links to Side Tabs
Progressive Enhancement: Anchor Links to Side Tabs
Here is an example of progressive enhancement technique using jQuery to turn anchor links into side tabs.
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