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Middle Box Links by Chris Coyier

Rolling over a widget darkens it and appends a link directly in the middle. Download


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Javascript Copy to Clipboard by David Walsh

Providing your users the ability to copy text to the clipboard can make your website much more convenient and valuable. Unfortunately Flash 10 broke most of the methods for doing so. Luckily a great library named ZeroClipboard exists. ZeroClipboard uses a pinch of Flash and touch of javascript to make copying to the clipboard happen.


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New York Times-Style Text Selection Widget Using MooTools or jQuery by David Walsh

NYT’s text selection widget listens for text selection and presents the user with a “search” icon they may click on to learn more about that term.


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Sexy Persistent Header with Opacity Using MooTools or jQuery Example by David Walsh

When the user scrolls below a specified threshold, the top bar becomes attached to the top of the window and the opacity set to 50%.


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Building an interactive map with jQuery instead of Flash by Joel Sutherland

From author  “jQuery was a great alternative to Flash. Because of the beautiful artwork, the interactive map looks great with the jQuery animations. The potential performance problem was not an issue and the client is able to have control of the maps content without having to bother a web developer.”


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Drag to Share using jQuery by Dan Wellman

We’ve all seen the brilliant functionality on Mashable where news stories and interesting articles can be shared to social networking sites; the functionality is driven by the images accompanying the articles; you click and hold on an image and can then drag it into a toolbar to share it. It’s brilliant and intuitive, and in this article I’m going to show you how we can replicate this behavior with jQuery and jQuery UI.


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Build a Simple Password Strength Checker by Siddharth

Providing instant feedback is the in-thing right now. Why limit yourself to checking user names and email addresses? Why not extend this to provide quick visual feedback about the strength of the password the user has input?  Here You’ll take a look at how to create a simple password strength checker using the jQuery library, regular expressions and a simple algorithm.