Login forms have been around for decades. In web design these are very common with so many social media interactions occurring on a daily basis. However the static web has gone by the wayside to make room for much more dynamic content. With popularity growing for the jQuery library it is only natural to see so many new effects being created.
In this brief tutorial I’m going to explain how to create an instant login form with jQuery and PHP. We won’t be accessing any database to keep things simplified for now. Instead I’ve hard coded a username/password combo just for the demonstration of this article. The form automatically begins checking after you type some information to see when you hit the correct user & password combination!
If you’d like to get a better idea check out the demo link below. I’ve also provided my source code free to download. The HTML web page will open and run jQuery properly but without a server running PHP the form cannot be processed. Keep this in mind when playing around with the source code.
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Within the jQuery library it’s possible to create some fantastic effects. These can enhance the overall user experience dramatically and often work hand-in-hand with new CSS3 and HTML5 techniques. As the field of web design has evolved, prominent new techniques have evolved as well.
Below I’ve gone into depth over the process for creating a fantastic navigation menu with tooltips. Each is dynamically generated to hold a small bit of information about the currently targeted link. We’re working with the newest jQuery 1.6.x library and jQuery colortips from Tutorialzine.
There are three (3) major steps to breaking down our code. The first is raw HTML which displays our demo page mockup and how to implement a similar navigation system on your own website. Second we must utilize CSS styles to create our tooltip boxes and pointers. And lastly we must integrate with jQuery and the colortips library to figure out how we should call each tooltip.