Copying a text from a website can be uncomfortable. Help your site visitors select the text with a single click of a mouse button with this simple trick.
Improve your website’s user experience with a very simple arrow which fades in when visitors start scrolling the page. The page smoothly scrolls back to top when the the button is clicked.
We are presenting a simple jQuery solution to implement social media share buttons for the current page, with svg icons. Our example includes the most popular sites: Facebook, Twitter, Google+, StumbleUpon, LinkedIn, Digg, Blogger, Reddit, Delicious and “email to friend”. You can add new sites tweaking the code a little.
I know popups are considered to be annoying, pushy and people hate them but in this case we’re talking about visitors who have already decided to leave your site so you have nothing to lose by nagging them a little.
If you just simply publish an email address on a website you can expect tons of spam in the inbox. Web spiders crawl the sites all the time looking to collect email addresses to send them spams, ads or viruses. This is why you have to make sure you never add your email to any website as plain text or link which is visible by robots.
There’s no doubt that knowing a bit of HMTL is very useful. HTML stands for HyperText Markup Language. HyperText is the links that let you go to other web pages, and Markup means you’ll use some simple characters to mark how you want your words to appear. While you can do very complicated things with HTML, the basics are straightforward.
If you’ve used a word processor that has styles, you probably already understand the basic idea – you may want some words to be bold, and others to be italic. In HMTL, type plain text, and use markup to describe how it should display. When you view your text in a web browser, the formatted text is shown. Different browsers may display the text slightly differently. You’ll also use markup to make your links to other pages.
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We often find ourselves in situations when we want to overwrite a style we don’t have access to, it’s hard to find or we want to rewrite with CSS a style that has been written in the HTML code or has been set with Javascrpt.
In this article we’re going to discuss the strength of different style declarations and how can we overwrite them.
Let’s say we have the sentence below to start with.
<p>This is our <span id="highlighted">demo text</span>.</p>
I had to read through and test many mobile swipe detection scripts until I finally found this one.
It’s called TouchSwipe – a jQuery plugin for touch devices.