Simple Vote Using jQuery Animate is a simple idea to use JQuery animate function in voting system. It can be useful for replacing voting system that using many images, the idea is just expanding the div element (css width property) using animate function, we just need to add the same value on the width element.

However, it does not save the voting values at the moment. If you want to do so, you can use session, cookies or database.

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When you publish something online, there are not that many ways to determine whether people like what you have to say. Comments, the cornerstone of blogging, are too demanding, and users often prefer not to post one.

If you’ve dropped by Behance, you’ve probably noticed their appreciate badge, which is a neat solution to this exact problem. With it people share their appreciation for somebody’s work. Tutorialzine taught us how to implement An AJAX Click to Appreciate Badge, which you can include in every page of your website with a bit of jQuery magic.

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Starbox allows you to easily create all kinds of rating boxes using just one PNG image. The library is build on top of the Prototype javascript framework. For some extra effects you can add Scriptaculous as well. Check the demos to see what Starbox is all about and read on for more information on how to customize your own Starboxes.

Starbox provides you with these great features:

  • Rerating allows you to adjust your previous rating.
  • You can easily save your rating with Ajax using the build in callback.
  • Improvements to the CSS model, allowing you to style the Starbox based on status (hover, rated and locked).
  • Better seperation of Javascript, CSS and images.
  • A ghosting bar that tracks your average.
  • Custom event ’starbox:rated’ is fired when your rate.
  • Batched building of Starboxes based on cached overlay images.

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When you combine some neat functionality courtesy of PHP with the cleverness of jQuery you can produce some pretty cool results. NETTUTS has published a tutorial (Creating a Dynamic Poll with jQuery and PHP) for creating a poll using PHP and XHTML, then make use of some jQuery Ajax effects to eliminate the need for a page refresh, and to give it a nice little bit of animation.

 

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