In this tutorial, we will see how to add some amazing effects to an unordered list on mouseover with the Element Method: morph and to make the whole list item region clickable with Mootools 1.2. The goal is to take a boring unordered list and to turn it into something fun to click.
Ever wanted to add some AJAX effects to your site to create a great and interactive looking site. Here’s a list of 48 of the best Mootools scripts around there (e.g. image galleries, lightbox clones, tabbed contents, forms, menus, tables, date pickers…). MochaUI MochaUI is a web applications user interface library built on the Mootools [...]
In this tutorial, you will learn to create an incredible login/register form using MooSlideBox 3.2 that will slide-in and close with a nice fade out effect.
This is the second part of my tutorial “Show/hide a nice Login Panel using Mootools 1.2″. In this tutorial, we will now see how to add the show/hide login panel into your Wordpress theme, pretty much like what I did on top of this page (click “login” on the upper-right corner to open the login panel). Before reading any further, read my previous post and come back here when you are done.
Some of you were wondering what script I used to show/hide the login panel on top of this page (or in my latest Wordpress theme: “Night Transition”). In this tutorial, we will see how to create a similar login/signup panel for your website using Mootools 1.2. And next week, we will see how to use this script in Wordpress 2.5+ to display the login form on the front page.