Have you ever stumbled upon the issue of radio buttons losing their “checked” state while dragging and dropping a div containing them using the Sortable module of jQuery UI? It is not a pleasant experience and is a known issue even in jQuery 1.7.x bundled in WordPress 3.3 – 3.4. Read on to learn how to fix this.
It’s been a little quiet here lately, but here’s our monthly digest of web design tools, resources, articles and inspiration for November 2011.
It’s resource time and here’s the August round up that left a plethora of responsive and HTML5 resources, like a responsive grid with golden proportions, HTML5 Boilerplate 2, fluid width videos, images and even responsive sliders. Read on!
One of the most cool features when managing WordPress posts, is the ability to batch edit multiple posts at once or quickly edit one post to perform a simple task such as adding a tag. Learn how to extend WordPress’ Quick Edit and Bulk Edit to retrieve and save the value of your custom fields.
Masonry CSS3 is the counterpart of the well known jQuery plugin and relies on CSS 3 columns. Check the demo on the home page of Radu’s site.
The first time you stumble upon it, it’s a bit confusing that the slideDown and slideUp functions in jQuery only allow you to slide an element downwards. However, we can use them to slide an element upwards with just a little bit of CSS and without adding any extra jQuery code.
Now that 2010 is over, it’s nice to look back and see how many things you’ve learned on the last year. In order to start stretching those muscles for 2011, here’s a review of the most interesting jQuery tutorials featured in ilovecolors during 2010.
Less Framework 3 tackles responsive design bundling 4 layouts of 3, 5, 8 and 13 columns applied using media queries.