I’ve been doing more work on the jQuery AJAXify plugin, it’s now a lot more robust (I think…) and I’ve squashed a few bugs that were in the previous version (with help from Andrea Battaglia) along with adding in a few new features (with their own bugs no doubt!).
Edit: Further updates, all links have been updated to version 0.3b. Added (and documented existing) callbacks as requested by Sebioff! And a further fix for the ‘append’ option. Also fixed IE6 compatibility.
Further Update: Another update after the comment from David Lee about $(‘form’).serialize();
Update: As pointed out by Andrea in the comments below, this would return the value of radio and checkboxes even if they weren’t selected. I have released 0.1a and updated the link above to fix this issue. Thanks Andrea!
So I’ve updated the parallax script a little. It’s called in a more jQuery like manner now and has a couple of useful options for inverting the movement and changing the unit of measurement to any jQuery/CSS supported unit.
I’ve seen some very cool parallax effect around lately, especially liking the Silverback site. But none of them are particularly interactive, so I thought I’d make a small implementation of the Parallax effect that interacts with the mouse.
Very early stages (and I haven’t tested it on IE yet… but you could just you conditional comments to exclude ‘those’ people anyway…) but it seems to be working ok. The options aren’t really simple, but they should be fairly self-explanatory…