Pure CSS triangles are one of those clientside development hidden gems that few know about. Let’s take a look at what it takes to create a triangle that’s compatible across all browsers (including IE7+) using nothing more than a few lines of CSS.
Giving a form the ability to send data asynchronously can give your site an extra degree of professionalism. Plus, it’s not too difficult to pull of with just a few extra lines of code. In today’s post, we’ll create an ajax driven comment form that you can add to your own personal blog. Let’s get started!
If you’re looking to become a tried-and-true front end developer, the jQuery plugin is probably going to be your best friend. In today’s post, we’ll go through the basics of creating your very own plugin. Let’s get started!