jQuery Stick ‘em: Make Content Sticky on Scroll, to a Point

I created a plugin, jQuery Stick ‘em, to allow items to be “sticky” but only within a container.

Background-clip, Text-shadow, & Gradients; Oh My!

I have been able to play around with background-clip, text-shadow, and gradients on a few recent projects, and I wrote up some tricks that I have come across.

My New Best Friend: CSS Generated Content

I’ve started to use generated content more and more these days. Here are a couple of examples from a recent project.

URL Design

Great article about designing URLs. It really is an art and is so easy to do so wrong.

Custom File Inputs with a Bit of jQuery

I needed to create a custom file input when building Clever Little Bag, so I’ve written a tutorial on the Inspire blog discussing that process.

Simple jQuery Refactoring

I’ve learned so much about jQuery while working at Viget. I wrote a blog post about how you can improve your jQuery through some simple refactoring.

jQuery Image Scroller Plugin

While working on the individual product page for PUMA, I had to use jQuery to create a scrollable interface for really tall products. It’s kind of hard to describe, but have a look at the plugin for a better description.

YouTube Chromeless Video Player – jQuery Plugin

In my latest blog post on the Viget Inspire blog, I discussed a YouTube Chromeless Video jQuery Plugin that I wrote while building the PUMA Running site.

jQuery Presentation Plugin: Say NO to Keynote!

I’m done with Keynote and Powerpoint. I created a jQuery Presentation Plugin to use when giving presentations.

A Better jQuery In-Field Label Plugin

I’ve just written another article for my company blog about using jQuery in-field labels.