A new release of CwComplete (MooTools auto-complete). Thanks to Dave Harris for adding the “pause” option.
This post is about how to crop an image with CwCrop and PHP on the server. There’s no spectacular php-code to be found (just basic stuff), but as a small example this should be sufficient. Continue reading “Crop an image in PHP using CwCrop”
Here some small bugfixes were applied – thanks Norbert for pointing these out.
Lots of new options are included which allow you to configure the selection handling and using your own HTML-Structure.
Special thanks to Werner Mollentze for
helping writing this CwComplete-plugin update.
Now bigger fontsizes are supported.
CwCrop was update to version 0.8, thanks a lot to Harm Hermsen! Continue reading “CwCrop update 0.8”
CwCrop and CwFeedback are now fully Mootols 1.3 compliant – without the need for 1.2 compatibility layer. Continue reading “CwCrop & CwFeedback – Mootools 1.3 compatible”
After creating buttons and a volume slider in the last post, we’re now going to develop a time slider — a movable slider which shows the current time of the video and which can be dragged to move the video playback accordingly. Continue reading “HTML 5 video & mootools, part 2: Timeline”
This is about scripting the HTML 5 video-tag with Mootools 1.2.
One might ask, what is special about the video tag? At the first look nothing, it’s a HTML-element like any other. But if you try to use some mootools functions (adding events or querying properties) you soon realize that it doesn’t work out of the box in the current release. But there’s a workaround. Continue reading “HTML 5 video & Mootools”
The last last post was about the HTML 5 video tag, now we’ll have a look at the DOM side of things: Attributes and Events. Continue reading “HTML 5 Video – DOM Attributes and Events”