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Tooltips can be an important factors on a web site,although little and not always visible, they do offer so much. Although important, they also happen to be a very badly misunderstood and a poorly implemented component.
As many of us know, the initial 15-20 seconds of a new user’s visit to a web site will have a large impact on whether on not they are going to like or dislike the site, prompting them to decide whether they will stay or go. This means it’s vital that you follow usability rules with common design practices and layout your site, especially the navigation, in a style that the user can either learn easily or already understands.
The biggest part of this process is developing a menu that is both easy to use and intuitive, as well as styling it to fit into your site’s design. Having said all that, an easy-to-use menu should not put the shackles on creativity.
In this article they’ve listed 45 jQuery plugins and tutorials that demonstrate not only how powerful jQuery is, but also how your website’s navigation can be both creative and usable.
Almost every website uses a form of some kind. Contact forms and other types of forms can be enhanced with the use of a number of jQuery plugins that are readily available. In this post they feature 25 useful plugins that you may be able to use in your own work with forms.