Nowadays, there seems to be a jQuery plugin for almost everything and you can find what you are looking for with a simple search, even for the most particular issues that you have come across, and you will still get one plugin that will fit your needs.
A type of plugin that almost every client asks for these days to be implemented is a map plugin. Most of the times, the only reason why it is needed is for a contact page and that is pretty easy, any plugin can be used, but there are other functions that clients need and are a little bit trickier.
For those specific situations, you have this collection of jQuery maps plugins from which you can select the best option for your situation.
CSS & jQuery clickable map
Free interactive map of forty-seven countries of the European continent. It’s a better way to convert a list of regions into a stylish clickable map without a Flash Player or any external plug-ins ..just a well known CSS sprites ..which works in all modern browsers ..even on the mobile devices as iPhone or iPad.
Validation is a feature that gives headaches to a lot of developers, but that shouldn’t be the case. Depending on what type of form you are using, you must always have an option for validation. This is a really good selection of jQuery plugins for validation and in these 24 examples I hope you will find the one that you are looking for, the one that is suitable for your project.
There are a few plugins that are little bit old but updated and they still do their job, and there are new ones, adapted to the new environment and which have complex or specific functions. There are some here that are made as small as possible and these sure would please a few who don’t want to put a lot of kb in their projects that have already a lot of lines of code.
According to most studies, sans serif fonts are more difficult to read. This is why they are used most often for short text components such as headlines or captions. Although, there’s that “most studies” phrase that you see everywhere where’s a text about serif vs sans-serif, people mostly prefer sans-serif for web.
When typefaces are digitized for use on computers, the letter forms have to fit within a relatively small pixel grid, often leading to what are called the “jaggies”. Many web professionals such as graphic designers say that this somehow low resolution cannot render effectively enough the fine finishing strokes of serif typefaces, and that sans serif typefaces are being digitized easier, and come out cleaner and thus more legible.
In this article you have a collection of free sans serif fonts from urbanfonts that you can use in your web projects, as well as graphic design ones. If some say they are better for web, who says they aren’t for print too.
Online apps have the interesting characteristic of being usable almost everywhere. If you are at the office or at home, you can use a browser app; if you are not near a computer, you can use a mobile phone app from the same producer or from a competitor which offers the same services for mobile. No matter where you go, you can do your work and not waste time.
I’m a big fan of online apps and I’m glad that people create such beautiful and useful tools to help the online community grow. I’m usually making a lot of shortlists with new tools that I find and I want to share one of these lists with you.
This article is made for designers, developers or online entrepreneurs that can benefit from using these interesting and useful apps.
WordPress helps you build a site for almost everything you could have in mind for a web project, being adaptable to various needs due to its complex functions. It is and will a long time from now be the best possible CMS that a person could use. You don’t have to be a web designer to use it cause it is user friendly and even if you don’t know how to do something, there are a lot of tutorials on the web which are really easy to understand.
The big advantage in front of its competitors is the fact that it has a lot of themes to choose from when you want to create a site. Although most of the times, premium themes are better if you have a serious project, there are a few free WordPress themes that could perform flawlessly.
In this article you have 28 hand picked free WordPress themes that I hope will be useful to you. If you think these are not good enough, try a searching for a premium one that fits your needs.