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15.02.2009

SmoothScroll for jQuery

Tags: JavaScript, jQuery | last edited: 18.04.2013

SmoothScroll for jQuery

Smooth scrolling from anchor to anchor with SmoothScroll for jQuery.

28.01.2009

MooTools plugin collections you should know

Tags: JavaScript, MooTools, AJAX | last edited: 14.02.2009

MooTools plugin collections you should know

Before you, as a MooTools user, start to invest time into developing your own, new and seemingly missing MooTools function, you should definitely have a look at the following plugin-libraries for MooTools first.

20.10.2008

Template: Sliding Pages Basic

Tags: JavaScript, HTML, MooTools, CSS, ThemeForest | last edited: 26.10.2008

Template: Sliding Pages Basic

Sliding Pages Basic is a clean and fresh looking template that takes the SmoothScroll of MooTools to the next level.

29.05.2008

AJAX loader-GIFs at ajaxload.info

Tags: JavaScript, MODx, Doc Finder | last edited: 26.02.2009

AJAX loader-GIFs at ajaxload.info

For all those web designers who do not want to use the same AJAX loader GIF over and over again or feel a bit uneasy about “borrowing” AJAX loader GIFs from other sites, ajaxload.info is literally the right address.

13.04.2008

CNET Mootorial:
An introduction to MooTools made easy

Tags: JavaScript, MooTools | last edited: 26.02.2009

CNET Mootorial: An introduction to MooTools made easy

The Mootorial from CNET is a hot tip for everyone who is toying with the idea of MooTools but struggles with using the JavaScript framework.

23.03.2008

MooTools: Nested accordion

Tags: JavaScript, MooTools | last edited: 30.06.2009

MooTools: Nested accordion

This is my development of an endlessly nested MooTools accordion, which deals semantically correct with DL-, DT-, und DL tags and a handful of CSS classes.

12.03.2008

Nicer sourcecode output
with Google Code Prettify

Tags: JavaScript, HTML | last edited: 26.02.2009

Nicer sourcecode output with Google Code Prettify

Thanks to Google Code Prettify the syntax highlighting of sourcecode on a website is a piece of cake. The little helper, consisting of a JavaScript and a CSS file is embedded quickly and easy to use.