FormToWizard jQuery Plugin turns a long web form into a wizard
If you have a large web form with semantically dividable sections, we can say that each section represents a sub task of a larger task of filling the entire web form. In order to increase useability, each sub task can become a step with a description, form fields and navigation that is common for wizard forms – back and next. The entire process can be done in several simple steps.
Previously, I wrote about User Friendly, Readable Timestamp Formatting with CuteTime - jQuery Plugin. Plugin automatically, changes "2009-11-11 15:33" or "Thu, November 11,2009 15:33PM" type of timestamp formatting into a more user friendly, warmer and more readable time formatting like "2 minutes ago" or "4 days ago".
Another similar jQuery plugin for formatting timestamps is Timeago. Timeago makes user-friendly time formatting easier by supporting automatically updating fuzzy timestamps (e.g. "4 minutes ago" or "about 1 day ago")
Timeago makes user-friendly time formatting easier by supporting automatically updating fuzzy timestamps.
We all love iPhone's user experience. Recently, I have posted about a iCal like jQuery Calendar Plugin which is built with CSS and jQuery featuring a lightweight Coda-like effect for event descriptions. Today, I would like to introduce you another jQuery plugin that simulates iPhone's scrolling experience.
jQuery plugin for iPhone Scrolling Experience
Videobox is a small script that enables showing videos from YouTube, MetaCafe and Google Video on the page with an overlay. Unfortunately, this Lightbox for Videos is written for mootools library. In order to display flash on an overlay within the page, VideoBox isn't the option for jQuery Framework users. On the other hand, jQuery plugin Thickbox is nice but doesn't work with flash movies.
CeeBox creates a lightbox-like overlay for images, image, html via ajax and iframe, and flash movies. CeeBox is an easy-to-use plugin: videos will be displayed in a popup simply by adding "ceebox" to a link (for example: to a YouTube movie page link). CeeBox supports popups for Google Video, YouTube, Metacafe, Vimeo, Dailymotion, iFilm, and Facebook videos.
Ceebox - creates a lightbox-like popup overlay for images, image, html via ajax and iframe, and flash movies
Formal timestamp formats have already been avoided by most of the online social services. Instead of displaying "2009-11-11 15:33" or "Thu, November 11,2009 15:33PM", they use more user friendly, warmer and more readable time formatting like "2 minutes ago" or "4 days ago".
Instead of formal time formatting, Twitter uses more readable timestamp formatting