Up-Down Panel

Published by | 12.06.2013 | Koding | Comments (18)

Hello friends! In this tutorial, I will show you how to add another version of the “Up” button and the “Down” button to your website. As you remember, we have already made such buttons. in this lesson. Now we combine these two buttons into one! You can go upstairs, and then go back to the place where the button was clicked up.


HTML5 Week - Special Tricks

Published by | 31.03.2013 | Koding | Comments (0)

Greetings to you, dear friends, in the last lesson of the “Week of the HTML5 ″ series. In the final lesson, I'll show you special tricks on CSS and JavaScript for HTML5. We’ll talk about older browsers and work with forms a little more.


The latest tweets on the site

Published by | 20.03.2013 | Wordpress | Comments (9)

Hello friends! Social networks are already densely populated in our daily lives. Special Twitter, it is an integral part for website owners and blogs, because it is convenient to leave announcements of their new articles. In this tutorial, I will show you how you can infer the latest tweets on your site in two ways.


“Up” button and “Down” button

Published by | 06.03.2013 | Koding | Comments (4)

Hello friends! Probably the most positive thing that affects the usability of a site is “Up” button. But lately, the popularity is gaining and “Down” button. Today we will talk about how twenty-two lines of code give users and visitors the opportunity to conveniently navigate the site.


Create an Accordion on jQuery

Published by | 14.02.2013 | Koding | Comments (2)

Hello friends! The theme of creating an accordion is already a few jaded on my site: we made an accordion on CSS and also did it on the jQuery UI library. But still I decided to give out another accordion menu script. With it, the hidden menu will pop out when you click on the open icon, and not by clicking on the menu item itself.


Connect jQuery slider to WordPress without plugins

Published by | 10.02.2013 | Wordpress | Comments (12)

Hello friends! Lately busy with the layout of the new design for my site. So thanks to him I was able to create such a slider script for WordPress. The fact is that I am already looking a step further and thinking about how I implement this or that part of the site under WordPress. One such part is the slider. I wondered how to connect the slider to WordPress. And then the fun began.


3D image gallery

Published by | 16.01.2013 | Koding | Comments (3)

Today I want to share with you an experiment: a three-dimensional gallery. The idea is to create a realistic environment for the image exposure using CSS 3D transforms. Images “hang” along the wall, which will be displayed in a three-dimensional room with walls.