Chris Converse |
Friday, May 2, 2014
If you want to capture your audience’s attention, you have to provide a great user experience. An interactive website is one of the best ways to keep your users engaged and returning to your site. While interactive websites may look impressive, they don’t have to be difficult to create. With jQuery, you can achieve an interactive web experience rather easily.
The figure above demonstrates how just a few lines of jQuery can add a sophisticated user experience for a mobile menu. When the user clicks or taps the menu button, a simple logic test determines if the menu should open or close. Considering jQuery can query HTML and CSS for their current properties, changing those properties based on user interaction becomes quick and painless.
Learn how quickly you can find, test, and animate a mobile menu with just a few lines of jQuery code.
Learn the intricacies of an animated sliding tabbed panel in just six minutes. This video will show you how quickly you can add interactive components to any existing webpage.
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