Posts Tagged ‘jquery’

March 10, 2010 2

Google Analytics Tagging with HTML5 data-* Attributes

By in javascript, jquery, mootools

Imagine if you will, a page with a significant amount of dynamic page elements. For instance, a slide-out panel containing a number of ‘panes’ containing topical information on various ‘factors’. Let’s assume that once this slide-out is open, we wish the user to be able to jump from factor to factor (similar to a slideshow) […]

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February 11, 2009 0

jQuery.Firebug: A call for feedback.

By in firebug, javascript, jquery

As a result of some of the discussion following from my post on my new jQuery plugin, jQuery.Firebug I’m soliciting feedback for its desired behavior. Example: $(‘.setA’).log(); $(‘.setB’).log(“some”, “information”); $(‘.setC’).log(“title attribute is: “, “.attr(‘title’)”); Some explanation. The log method follows the same rules as the Firebug console.log method. It can take 0 or more arguments […]

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January 6, 2009 17

Announcing jQuery.Firebug

By in firebug, javascript, jquery

I have been sitting on my latest jQuery plugin for some time now. Although I realize that the code is not yet of production quality and there are certainly bugs and features that remain to be addressed, I’ve decided that I should at least release this plugin to the wild. At the very least, I […]

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