Tag Archives: slideshow

M3talinks for May 27th

Today’s M3talinks for May 27th

  • AviaSlider – a unique jQuery Image slideshow plugin – * 8 unique transition effects<br />
    * Lots of easy to set options to create your own effects<br />
    * Included Image preloader<br />
    * Autoplay that stops on user interaction<br />
    * Valid HTML5 and CSS 3 Markup<br />
    * Packed version only weights 8kb<br />
    * Supports linked images<br />
    * already prepared to work with prettyPhoto Lightbox<br />
    * works with jQuery 1.32 and higher<br />
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    Browser Support<br />
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    * Internet Explorer 6 and higher<br />
    * Safari 3 and higher<br />
    * Firefox 2 and higher<br />
    * Opera 10 and higher<br />
    * Google Chrome 3 and higher<br />
    * Checks for last 3 Browsers performed on Mac & Win
  • Piwik – Web analytics – Open source – Piwik is a downloadable, open source (GPL licensed) real time web analytics software program. It provides you with detailed reports on your website visitors: the search engines and keywords they used, the language they speak, your popular pages… and so much more.<br />
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    Piwik aims to be an open source alternative to Google Analytics.<br />
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    Piwik is a PHP MySQL software program that you download and install on your own webserver. At the end of the five minute installation process you will be given a JavaScript tag. Simply copy and paste this tag on websites you wish to track (or use an existing plugin to do it automatically for you) and access your analytics reports in real time.
  • Home – CFML Advisory Committee – CFML Advisory Committee – Welcome to the CFML Advisory Committee website. Our goal is to define what is "core" to the ColdFusion Markup Language, how that core should behave and what is considered "extended core" – what language features useful CFML processors should implement – as well as offering guidelines for vendors to provide extensions to CFML in a consistent manner.<br />
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    We are currently finalizing our basic definition of what constitutes the core CFML tags, functions and script and will be publishing more details shortly.
  • Open BlueDragon Java CFML Runtime Engine – Open BlueDragon – the worlds favourite<br />
    and only truly open source GPL Java CFML engine<br />
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    no hidden costs, no extra charges, no crippled functionality – Price $0.00
  • Railo Open Source – Railo open source is a completely free, open source CFML engine that has been officially accepted as a JBoss.org project. Railo is known for its compatibility, performance, innovations and extensibility.
  • Typedia: Learn: Anatomy of a Typeface – Anatomy of a Typeface

M3talinks for Apr 14th

Today’s M3talinks for Apr 14th

  • jQuery.popeye 2.0 | an inline lightbox alternative – jQuery.popeye is an advanced image gallery script built on the JavaScript library jQuery. Use it to save space when displaying a collection of images and offer your users a nice and elegant way to show a big version of your images without leaving the page flow.<br />
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    Though the script is quick and easy to setup, it offers great flexibility in both behaviour and styling.<br />
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    It was designed as an alternative to the often-seen JavaScript image lightbox (see Lightbox 2, Fancybox or Colorbox, just to name a few). What they all have in common: they employ a modal window to display the large images, thus disrupting the workflow of the user interacting with a webpage.<br />
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    jQuery.popeye takes a different approach: not only allows it for browsing all thumbnails as well as the large images in a single image space, it also repects the page flow and stays anchored and rooted in the webpage at all times, thus giving a less disruptive user experience than modal windows.

linkHive For Jan 6th

Here are the newest links to join the linkHiveJan 6th

  • JQS5 – jQuery Simple Standards-Based Slide Show System – This is a very simple jQuery + Javascript Slide Show engine. It can turn the most basic document, such as this one, into a slideshow.

    The concept is based on S5 which is a wonderful HTML slideshow engine. S5, however, requires you to add more markup than I care to worry about. JQS5 doesn't require any special markup to your document. Just add in the header and you're set!