As it is mentioned in the title, you don’t need an external plugin to create a simple jQuery image zoom effect on hover. We can write it on our own using jQuery’s .animate() and .hover() functions.
For this tutorial, we→
Creating jQuery Ajax file upload functionality is pretty confusing for some people as beginners but it can be achieved easily with the following tutorial. Let’s see how to do it step by step. I’m using a simple form with one→
You can do this in two→
Google updated the loading indicator long time. I noticed a plugin that creates Google like loading indicator back but still you cannot find a good full length tutorial to create it from the scratch. So I have decided to post→
Have you noticed that some websites have a button to switch their web page into document mode to make the article easy reading for users eyes. We are going to implement that functionality using jQuery and CSS.