In this tutorial you will learn how to move child elements (divs, list items, links, buttons or images) up one level, each one to his respective parent using jQuery.
Simple but very useful when you have a lot of content on your website, creating a back to top button is very easy. All you need is to add a simple anchor with a class name in your page, so you can trigger it with jQuery, then you can style it using CSS.
In this tutorial you will learn how to create a simple jQuery slide menu that pulls out the content to the right or left, by preferences. I will teach you how to and where to add the code in your website. This will work in your responsive website too, if you have it developed.
I was searching few days ago for a gif circular progress bar and the number of results was not as I expected. What if you want a custom circular loader on your website with a different background or color. Here is how you create a flash circular progress bar with 2 animations! One with infinite loop loading bar and one with circular progress bar.
I bet everybody had or still has the problem with the space between list items when display: inline-block is applied to li elements. The good news is that you can fix this space using some simple tricks.
To center div on page is not that complex as you think, you only need to know some important rules when you are applying CSS. You can also center some other important elements such as image, ul, table and even div inside div.
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