Collection of templates and snippets of semantic HTML that can be used as boilerplate while working on markup
This bookmarklet provides a controllable overlay with an image of page graphical design over top of the developed HTML. In fact it is similar to the well-know Pixel Perfect Firefox extension, which doesn't work properly with last Firefox builds for a while.
Page navigation using touch gestures on mobile devices
Usually we hide all auxiliary page components on mobile to save space of the viewing area. So we have to provide in return alternative navigation tool out of the screen. Since keyboard with navigation keys isn't available, we can use touch gestures.
Small PHP library introducing to the AOP world
Tiny asynchronous dependency loader, that does not require modification of dependent scripts
Functional testing tool using qUnit
bookmarklet to fill out forms when testing by simply clicking on it.
Cross-browser CSS generator bookmarklet
Easy-to-customize responsive player for embedded Youtube or HTML5 videos.
You can use it as customizable Youtube player or as HTML video player with fallback to Youtube player if the user browser doesn't support HTML5 video element.
The player is aware of the vandalic way DivX embeds its own web player when installed, and tries to fix it gratefully.
The plugin turns your markup into a slide-show with a set of fancy configurable transition effects. The plugin tries to render the effects with CSS3 transitions. However if the browser does not support CSS3, the same effects will be achieved by JS.
Every available effect is encapsulated into a separate module. One can remove redundant effect modules from jquery.t-effects and leave the only code responding to his requirements.
That is a jquery plugin, which emulates HTML5 Form behavior on old browsers.The plugin also allows to customize form submission validation tooltips and field validation callbacks (e.g. via XMLHttpRequest).
Currently the plugins serves following input types: text, email, url, number, tel and following input properties: novalidate, placeholder, required, autofocus, pattern, min, max
Either you likely provide already sharing buttons to you blog posts or not, you may be interested in this light-weight solution. Why? Because it’s fancy, it takes very little space on your page and it is so easy to attach.
Have you ever noticed Google+ has an amazing feature called Google Feedback. You click on feedback highlight an area of the site page and getting screenshot with your marking on it sent to the Google support team. If you wonder of having this tool on your own, just take my code and adapt for your requirements.