This is the second post in a series on the jQuery UI CSS Framework. Here’s the first one. Today I’ll show you how to create a nice looking box that has sort of a widget appearance to it. The jQuery UI components already provide similar functionality. For example, the Dialog Box is quite pretty, and… Read More »
This is the first in a series of articles on the jQuery UI CSS Framework.. This is a powerful suite of CSS selectors that you can use to build web applications with a consistent UI. The main jQuery UI demo page shows you a list of UI widgets (which are still somewhat limited in scope… Read More »
I just recently used jQuery UI tabs in an application. Within a couple of the tabs I used tables for content (let’s not have a religious debate about using tables for layout, please). Anyway, the font size came out much bigger than for text in a paragraph, for example- in FireFox. I looked at the… Read More »
Firebug – debug your applications. An absolute must. Best features: Debugger – step through, over, etc. Console log for monitoring AJAX interactions -shows parms sent, data returned, round-trip time. Web Developer – fantastic CSS diagnostic support. Best features: View generated source – important if your script modifies the original DOM of your page Display Element… Read More »
Tables do not conform to the normal CSS box model as W3C explains . A consequence of this is that you cannot use the margin property for cells or rows. Citing the above page: “Internal table elements generate rectangular boxes with content and borders. Cells have padding as well. Internal table elements do not have… Read More »
Using ui-datepicker-trigger CSS selector to style the trigger image on a jQuery datepicker object.