JQuery Tutorials to Help You Customize Your Site

JQuery is an incredible JavaScript library. It brings out the best in JavaScript and lets you use its most advanced features very easily. Now it is a very huge library and has a lot of features inside it. Learning the whole library might not be worth your time if all you want it one or two simple features. Fortunately, there are tutorials available on the web that will help you achieve specific things with JavaScript.

The first thing you want to do is to download the jQuery.js file from the official website. Choose the production version because it is small and won’t slow down your website. Next, you include the jQuery file in your HTML, by using the script or link tag. The whole exercise takes less than 30 seconds to do.

You can find jQuery tutorials to do some of the following things:

  1.  Enable drag and drop on your website so that users can easily upload files
  2.  Write very little JavaScript yourself for creating animations and new features
  3.  Select boxes on your website and enable certain effects.

You can choose jQuery tutorials depending on your background such as:

  •  Web designer
  •  Small business owner
  •  Beginner

Each of the tutorials has a different approach, but let you customize your site as much as you like.

1.Collapsing Site Navigation

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2.Animated Portfolio Gallery

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3.Page Transitions with CSS3 

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4.Slider Gallery

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5.Hover Slide Effect

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6. Filter Functionality with CSS3 

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7.Sliding Background Image Menuwith jQuery

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8.Animated Content Menu with jQuery 

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9.Simple navigation with CSS3 and jQuery

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10. Thumbnail Proximity Effect with jQuery and CSS3 

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11. Lateral On-Scroll Sliding with jQuery 

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12. Beautiful Password Strength Meter

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13. Create a Sticky Navigation Header Using jQuery Waypoints

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14. Swatch Book with CSS3 and jQuery 

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15. CSS3 breadcrumbs

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16. Timeline Portfolio 

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17. Making a Page Flip Magazine with turn.js

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18. Making an Impressive Product Showcase with CSS3

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19. Apple-like Login Form with CSS 3D Transforms

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20. Responsive Horizontal Layout 

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21. How to Create an Upload Form using jQuery, CSS3, HTML5 and PHP

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22. Slideshow with jmpress.js 

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23. Slicebox – A fresh 3D image slider with graceful fallback 

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24. Awesome Bubble Navigation

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25. Parallax Content Slider with CSS3 and jQuery 

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26. Animated Menus Using jQuery

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27. Thumbnail Proximity Effect with jQuery and CSS3 

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28. Create a Stunning Sliding Door Effect with jQuery

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29. zAccordion : jQuery Horizontal Accordion plugin

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30. Create a Slick Tabbed Content Area using CSS & jQuery 

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One thought on “JQuery Tutorials to Help You Customize Your Site

  1. Sorry, do not use PHP code since the problem is not the end but in the front.You sulohd use regular expressions from the front side, for example:The solution is to strip the tags on the front end with JS, using a regular expression. You can put the following code in line 92 of the second part of script.js:text.replace(\\u,”);Just mention it in case someone uses it in a production environment.Again, thanks for sharing.A healthy and happy Christmas and prosperous new year to all PD: Thanks Martin

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