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Best 7 Advantages of Using jQuery for Animation

by Jack Dawson September 17, 2015
There is no doubt that flash is a great tool trough which you can add perfect animation to your web page. Today, most of modern websites are displaying attractive animations by using the flash software. Although, flash is the mostly used software, but tech experts all over the world have found some technical deficit in the flash software that can only been fulfilled by jQuery.

Control Structures

by Team uCertify February 28, 2007
Most of the programming languages use control structures to control the flow of a program.

Hiding the Browsers Focus Borders. Should I, Or Shouldn’t I?

by Cody Lindley May 24, 2006
I’m not sure how this will jive with the accessibility minded folks, but I must admit I am just sick and tired of those pesky dotted borders. The dotted visual clutters up the presentation.

Top 10 Custom JavaScript Functions of All Time

by Dustian Diaz May 05, 2006
If there was ever a universal common.js shared among the entire develosphere, you'd find these ten (plus one bonus) functions. It would be the swiss army knife no developer would go into production without.

30 JavaScript Tips

Very useful information for learning to use JavaScript.

A1 JavaScripts

This site features a large amount of high quality free javascripts, also a dhtml section, tutorials, forum and online tools. It exhibits full working examples of each script, is a high traffic site, well presented and updated regularly.

Access Control By Screen Size

With an increasing number of standard screen resolutions in use, it's often necessary to do separate designs for each. Use this script to control access and redirect to separate pages based on 640, 800, 1024, or larger screen sizes. The script includes op


The newest JS Directory on the web.

Adding an Icon with Your URL

You've probably noticed those cool icons that show in the URL box and with Favorites... here's how.

Agile Title Bar Message Ticker

The Title Bar Ticker script shows changing text in a multi-message ticker-type display in the browser title bar. Any number of message lines may be used, and a moving, attention-getting slide box draws the eye to the messages.

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