Unobtrusive Date Picker

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DateChooser

This Great unobtrusive Cross-browser DatePicker called DateChooser was created by Yellow5. The DateChooser advantage: The HTML for the calendar is standards-compliant. The calendar appears in the same window as the input field(s). It doesn’t annoyingly pop up in a new window. It has no hard-coded styles; apply your own .css file to customize DateChooser’s appearance. Return values are flexible, using patterns borrowed from PHP’s date() function. It doesn’t pollute the global namespace. It uses unobtrusive,… Read more »


Online Text editor

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FCKeditor

FCKeditor is one of the best online text editors. It is so very easy to use and it works in the following languages. ASP.Net ASP ColdFusion PHP Java Active-FoxPro Lasso Perl Python It’s lightweight and doesn’t require any kind of installation on the server.


Add reflections to images without an image

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Reflection.js

Have you ever wanted to add a reflection to your image without doing it in your favorite photo editing software? Well now you can with reflection.js written by Christian Effenberger. Reflection.js works well with logos, icons and dynamic image content such as forum avatars. It uses unobtrusive javascript to keep your code clean and its very easy to implement. It works in all the major browsers and on older browsers your visitors won’t notice a… Read more »


Visual heatmap of clicks on a HTML page

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HeatMap

If you ever wanted to see where visitors are clicking on your website then ClickHeat is for you. This is a very cool script that shows hot and cold click zones. Requires Javascript on the client to track clicks, PHP and GD on the server to log clicks and generate the heatmap. It is very easy to install and I recommend it to everyone. This script will help you optimize your site or page to… Read more »


Cross-Browser Gradient without Images

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slayeroffice Gradient

Yes that’s right you can create a gradient without using images and even better is that it works Cross Browser. The Javascript was written by slayeroffice and it is an easy script to implement. To create the gradient you must first add the Javascript to the top of the page. <script type=”text/javascript” src=”gradient.js”></script> Then add the following class to any element you wish. <class=”gradient ffffff 000000 vertical”> You can change anything after gradient. You may… Read more »