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A blog about fancy web design with a lot of examples using the dojo javascript toolkit.

Owner: Christian_Gking

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Language: English

Tags: dojo, examples, dijit, dhtml, html5

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Latest Blog Posts for Christian Gaeking Web Design

  • Sliding Gallery
    on Apr 11, 2012 in Galleries Webworking
    After quite some time here’s a new issue of my blog’s dojo-adventures. I saw some time ago a nice sliding gallery based on jquery. Often used as an opener or dashboard for web pages. So why shouldn’t work this with dojo also nicely?
  • Customized accordion menu with typo3 integration
    on Jun 27, 2011 in Accordion Menu
    Hello again! Today I would like to show you how to make a beautiful accordion menu with dojo: As usual – works in most browsers..   What do we need? Hm we start from the visual side. Let’s create some graphics. What we need is one fo...
  • Customized accordion menu with typo3 integration
    on Jun 27, 2011 in Accordion Menu
    Hello again! Today I would like to show you how to make a beautiful accordion menu with dojo: As usual – works in most browsers..   What do we need? Hm we start from the visual side. Let’s create some graphics. What we need is one fo...
  • Custom dojo menus (dijit.MenuBar) (Dojo 1.6)
    on Jun 2, 2011 in Drop-Down Menus Webworking
    Hello. No one wants the same menu styles everywhere. So here is a simple approach to customized multi-layered menus with the help of dojo. UPDATE: This Version uses still Dojo 1.6.x ! It’s not working with Dojo 1.7.x yet.. I will give an update...
  • Custom dojo menus (dijit.MenuBar)
    on Jun 2, 2011 in Drop-Down Menus Webworking
    Hello. No one wants the same menu styles everywhere. So here is a simple approach to customized multi-layered menus with the help of dojo. Works in most browsers. First of all let’s create a normal dijit.MenuBar with three layers using dojo htm...
  • Custom dojo menus (dijit.MenuBar)
    on Jun 2, 2011 in Menus Webworking
    Hello. No one wants the same menu styles everywhere. So here is a simple approach to customized multi-layered menus with the help of dojo. Works in most browsers. First of all let’s create a normal dijit.MenuBar with three layers using dojo htm...
  • Slide-Down Menu
    on Jun 1, 2011 in Menus
    This is a top-down slide menu which can be (quite) easily customized. Check it out: Works in most browsers (>=IE7, FF 2 etc.) First, the html is on the tasklist. We want to display 4 menu items. For each one we have a content (css-class “me...
  • Slide-Down Menu
    on Jun 1, 2011 in Slide-Down Menus
    This is a top-down slide menu which can be (quite) easily customized. Check it out: Works in most browsers (>=IE7, FF 2 etc.) First, the html is on the tasklist. We want to display 4 menu items. For each one we have a content (css-class “me...
  • Welcome to my world of coding!
    on May 4, 2011 in Webworking
    A cosy warm welcome to everyone who’s reading this. This will be my blog about the things I am mainly doing, things I am planning, things that I like and those I don’t. This is in the first place web 2.0 stuff and related. I’d like...
  • Welcome to my world of coding!
    on May 4, 2011 in Webworking
    A cosy warm welcome to everyone who’s reading this. This will be my blog about the things I am mainly doing, things I am planning, things that I like and those I don’t. This is in the first place web 2.0 stuff and related. I’d like...
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