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Origins: A User-Generated Museum Exhibit created using iPads, Google Maps and WordPress

Visitors interacting with Origins online at the Chinese American Museum. Photo © Francis Specker Origins: The Birth and Rise of Chinese American Communities in Los Angeles is a permanent, cutting edge exhibition celebrating the growth and development, since the 1890s, of Chinese American enclaves from Downtown Los Angeles to the San Gabriel Valley. Read more “Origins: A User-Generated Museum Exhibit created using iPads, Google Maps and WordPress”

jQuery Extract Headings for Tab Controls

Hi there. I posted previously about making jQuery tabs, but this week I found myself wanting take that code a bit further. In the old version, the “controls” were written out in a ul above the slides. It got the job done, but wasn’t ideal from a progressive-enhancement point of view (non-JS don’t really have much need for them, so they really shouldn’t be there for those users). Read more “jQuery Extract Headings for Tab Controls”

Simple jQuery Show/Hide Tabs

Updated June 20, 2010: There’s an improved version of this code posted here. Use it instead! I am learning jQuery and really loving it! Here’s a simple bit of code I wrote to achieve an interface element. It’s basically tabs — there’s a list of links and when you click one the corresponding content is shown. Read more “Simple jQuery Show/Hide Tabs”

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