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Sospring jQuery Desktop – it’s an impressive display of what you can do with jQuery in a browser, however I’m struggling to think of a use for it.
The impatient among you can skip straight to the demo.
From the ‘cool jQuery plugins which I have no use for but like the look of anyway’ comes this one, a before/after slider.
IE6 Update is a simple if somewhat devious piece of jQuery code, which provides IE6 users with a Windows styled message which attempts to get them to update IE6 to something usable.
Possibly a valiant effort, possibly unethical.
FancyUpload is a widget based on Swf and Ajax (custom, with mootools dependancies). It looks pretty slick. I've got a project in the works which might benefit from it greatly, so I'll find out soon how easy it is to integrate into an ASP.NET application (samples on the website are all for php, but it has no serverside dependancies).
theElement.selectedIndex = selectedindex; vs theElement.selectedindex = selectedindex;
It was useful for me, so it might be useful for you!