Designmodo user interface kits are a great starting place for a number of projects, including the framework for a variety of widgets that work great with a little jQuery help.
In this video, developer David East uses follows up on ways to use the combo box you used in Part 1 of this video series. He explains how to take your box and give the widget some additional functionality, such autocomplete.
The widget will feature flat styling and works with parts from Designmodo’s Square UI kit.
This step-by-step tutorial is easy to follow and you can watch it while working on your own combo box. It is recommended to start with Part 1: How to Create a Flat Styled Combo Box with Square UI before completing this tutorial.
What you will learn in this tutorial: How to add a widget or plugin built in Photoshop to your website and add functionality to it with jQuery. (And why creating the widget in this manner is a good option for your site.)
Video run time: 45 minutes
Skill level: Intermediate to advanced coding and knowledge of development tools, including jQuery, is recommended. Users will also need a working knowledge of Adobe Photoshop.
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