1. Do it like Rails: Version your Drupal Database with hook_update →

    At The Economist, we’ve been struggling some to keep our database changes 100% in code. We’re required to automate everything using hook_update and hook_install. We don’t want to be pushing database imports around, and we want our build scripts to create a current database for testing purposes. Also, we want to see how the database is changing over time. How we do it? The answer might not surprise you—the Rake of Drupal is Drush. (more)

  2. FitVids.JS - A lightweight, easy-to-use jQuery plugin for fluid width video embeds. →

  3. Mosaic - Sliding Boxes and Captions jQuery Plugin →

    So, what exactly does Mosaic do?

    • Automatically generates sliding boxes & captions
    • Allows slide & fade animations with custom directions
    • Preloads images within boxes

  4. Making A Cool Login System With PHP, MySQL & jQuery →

  5. Juizy Slideshow - Full CSS3/HTML5 slideshow with transition and animation →

    I wanted to present you a method to create a slide show using only HTML5 and CSS3 technologies.
    Today, the implementation of animations (keyframes) makes easy to play in loop numerous elements simultaneously. Of course, some browsers have yet to evolve in order to incorporate these animations, but it’s broadly on track!
    This CSS3 demonstration uses these keyframes combined with the transition property. (more)

  6. 20+ Popular and Free jQuery Content and Image Sliders from 2011 →

  7. Craftyslide - A tiny jQuery slideshow plugin →

    Craftyslide is a tiny (just 2kb) slideshow built on jQuery. Craftyslide aims to be different, by providing a simple, no-frills method of displaying images; packaged into a small, clean and efficient plugin. (Go)

  8. 25 jQuery Plugins to help with Responsive Layouts →

    The most popular topic of discussion at the moment is undoubtedly responsive layouts in web design. Without going discussing too much what you will already know, a responsive layout allows you to offer a specific and optimised screen size based on whatever device (mobile, tablet…) the visitor uses.

    You would typically use Media Queries to resize the overall layout, but what about all of those individual elements and features that make your page unique? Navigation, forms, images, sliders, carousels… they all need to be optimised as well.

    That is were this post comes in, by highlighting 25 jQuery plugins that will help you optimise and resize those trickier web elements. (more)

  9. jQuery Vertical Mega-Menu Plugin →

  10. 20 Free Online Tools for Website Speed Testing →