Tip of the Week
archive is a collection of 30 coding tips with complete source code, working
examples, and commentary.
pull-down menu on your site, with a minimum of fuss. Includes handy
instructions for installation.
This popular free service allows you to easily create your own cool,
eye-catching Java applets for your Web site. No knowledge of Java programming
is required. The JunkMachine will generate HTML code that you can simply cut
and paste onto your site. You can either use this applet at this site or
download the necessary .class files and run the applet locally (which they
recommend, due to the high traffic at this site). (This
applet was formerly known as the JavaMachine, but had to undergo a name change
for trademark reasons
This unique site offers plenty of free, original Dynamic HTML scripts and
components to enhance your Web site. An emerging medium, DHTML is an advanced
here include menus & navigation systems, document effects, scrollers, image
effects, links & buttons, clocks, text animations and more.
One of the best, most informative resources we've seen on the Web for
pages. Source codes are included. Examples include background effects,
buttons, calculators, calendars, clocks, cookies, equivalents, folder trees,
forms, games, messages, navigational scripts, page details, password
protection, scrolls, user details and much more.
resources. Here, you'll find free scripts, online tools, articles,
bookmarklets and other resources aimed at programmers and Webmasters.
such as DHTML, CSS, XML and more.
where developers can meet and discuss their script projects. There are also
(Note: this site was formerly known as Website
Here's a must-bookmark site for anyone who's interested in Java. This hefty
resources. Applets here include counters, clocks, games, search engines, menu
& navigational applets, music and sound applets, slideshows, scrollers &
ticker tapes and text animations. There are also interesting applets for
manipulating images to create cool effects.
and has instructions for implementation. Categories include scripts for
browsers, forms, frames, images, links, timing and windows.
If you're looking for free Java, this is a good place to start.
JavaPowered.com offers hundreds of free Java applets. Each listing here is
accompanied by a description and preview. Categories include games, text,
utilities, FX, image, navigation and more. There's also a nice assortment of
Flash resources here, too.
that you can cut and paste onto your Web pages. Categories here include
MouseOver scripts, games, calculators, tools, DHTML, clocks, forms and more.
your pages. There are also online tools here that let you create your own
effects, time related scripts and more.
effects, clocks, scrollers, dates, menus and more. Just cut and paste the
scripts you want. The site includes tuturials and instructions for
implementing the scripts.
scripts for scrollers; clocks, pop-up Windows, games, dates, forms, buttons,
background changes, animation, menus and more.
Do you wish you have a better way of interacting with your site's visitors? Do
you wish you could run a chat server, but don't know how? Here's an easy
solution. With QuickChat, all you need to do is cut and paste some coding to
your page and presto: you have your own chat room. This Java-based chat applet
offers lots of options and is accessible via a regular IRC client (such as
mIRC). New features
include a Trivia Channel, an administrative center and more options for
customizing your chat applet.