BlogSlideShow comprises my library tEffects, which tries to apply CSS3 transitions to achieve the effects. If the browser does not support CSS3, it visualizes the effects using JS. So the plugin is running effects as good as the browser can afford. Likely you already have images on blog pages linked. Just add rel attribute containing blogslideshow to them.
Bookmaklet to fill out forms when testing by simply clicking on it.
Allows to turn your objects of module pattern into classes extendable by a tiny factory. The factory is plugin-able and can enable interfaces, mixins and design by contract support.
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This toolkit is the simplest way to create own in-text advertising system using IntelliTXT (IntelliImages/IntelliMedia) technology approach.
You provide a CSS declaration (e.g. transition: inset 5px black;) and the services tries to make it cross-browser. It adds All required vendor-prefixed alternatives and tricks to support IE 5.5 - 8 (e.g. opacity: 0.5;)
These are 221 cards bearing most common German verbs. Each time when the page is loaded, 20 of random cards are displayed.
This player has adapters for Youtube and HTML video APIs. So you can use it as customizable Youtube player or as HTML video player with fallback to Youtube player if the user browser does not support HTML5 video element.
Provides touch gesture control to navigate site pages
Either you likely provide already sharing buttons to you blog posts or not, you may be interested in this light-weight solution. Why? Because it's fancy, it takes very little space on your page and it is so easy to attach.
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If you just copy some text fragment from MS Word to your WYSIWYG you will likely get not the view you expected. Besides, when you open the source code you'll find a lot of hidden service HTML tags, often of the amount which is more then the actual copied