May
7
Leigeber.com has been live for only two and a half weeks but there has been a tremendous response with almost 45,000 visits. I would like to get feedback from you on the site so far, where you would like to see it go and what articles/scripts you would like to...
May
6
This versatile and lightweight JavaScript clocks in at less than 3.5kb unpacked. The above example is one of four scenarios I have demonstrated on the demo page. To setup a scroll/slide area create a container with the following CSS properties... Inside the scroll area container create another div that will...
May
2
This lightweight JavaScript allows for easy color transitions. Add fading effects to tables, divs and more. You can target an elements background, border or text color. Below is the command to call the function. The first parameter is the id of the element you are targeting. The second is the property to...
Apr
30
This lightweight JavaScript form validation allows you to easily add attractive validation messages to your forms. There is no markup to add on your existing page. Just call the inlineMsg() function when you wish to display a message. The position of the form element (or any other element) is dynamically...
Apr
27
This script has been replaced by a new with multi-level support here. This lightweight JavaScript drop down menu script (~1.6kb) allows you to easily add smooth transitioning dropdowns to your website. This can be used for navigation, dropdown lists, info panels, etc. The script has been tested working in IE6,...
Apr
25
To begin I would like to thank all of you that have shown interest in this blog and posted comments. The site launched one week ago and has already generated over 13,000 unique visitors and 40,000 page views. As I am writing this article my previous post is on the...
Apr
22
I have put together a lightweight (~4.5kb) JavaScript dialog box library. The script currently offers four dialog styles: alerts, warnings, prompts and success. There is nothing to add to your page except references to the JavaScript and CSS if you choose not to incorporate them in your existing files. The...
Apr
21

Based on the feedback from my article last Friday I thought it would be useful to create a CSS cheat-sheet. For those of you that are not familiar with shorthand you can print this out and keep it handy. Try and use these principles whenever you code...
Apr
20
JavaScript is an extremely powerful and flexible scripting language. Unfortunately flexible, for many people, means fallible. I am going to highlight 5 best practices that you can use in any JavaScript project. These are very broad, I will follow up soon with more specific best practices.

First and foremost, keep your...

Apr
19
You will notice in the lower right corner of this entry that there is a reference to the number of Diggs for this post. If you click the counter you are taken to Digg. Digg does offer a few easily integrable scripts at http://digg.com/tools/integrate but does not document...
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