Let’s just say you have a page where you want to insert images slideshow and you don’t want an other JQuery plugin.
Here is the demo
I’ve made an CSS3 menu using JQuery.
Let’s see how I did this fancy menu.
Here is the menu example
Let me explain the code.
You see a lot of web sites with search boxes or login, register forms that have text already populated inside of a input and when you select the input text box it disappears and reappears when itâ€™s not selected.
What we will do in this tutorial is to create a Input Overtext for the password input.
What it will do:
1. Creates an element over the input password.
2. Shows the overtext over the input.
3. On focus the overtext it will hide and on blur it will show.
So I was working on a project that all inputs and textarea uses rounded corners. All nice and dandy for Firefox, Safri, Chrome and Opera. But Interent Exploerer we all know that he doesn’t know by default rounded corners. So searching for a solution I found one.