No matter if you're a site builder or just someone surfin' for something cool, you've reached the right place.
On this page you'll be able to find Dynamic HTML samples that you can use on your own pages, all the samples may be used freely for personal use or you may change the source code for your own applications.
The XMenu widget has been updated to support Safari and IE7.
Posted August 19, 2007 by Emil
For the last couple of years most of the components available here has been available under three different licenses, a non commercial license, a commercial on and the GNU GPL.
It's a system that has proven quite successful, allowing us to charge for commercial usage while allowing individuals and open source projects (under the GPL) to use our components free of charge.
However we've never been able to handle the commercial side of it satisfactory; those interested in purchasing a license has often been neglected and mistreated.
It's also meant that free and open source software under licenses other than the GPL has been unable to use our components, which clearly was not our intention.
Therefor we've decided to re-license our components under the Apache Software License 2.0, allowing anyone to use them free of charge.
Some of our components has been available under a less restrictive license for some time, such as the Mozilla IE Emulation (Mozilla Public License), the PNG Behavior (semi-public domain) and the Chart Widget (MIT License). Those will remain under their respective license. Also, please note that this does not apply to the WebFX Webboard, at least not at this stage.
The articles and source files for our most popular widgets has been updated already, however quite a few remain. If the files you are interested in are still referring to the old licenses terms or if licensing is not indicated please contact Emil and Erik and we'll update the affected files.
We'd also like to take this opportunity to thank everyone who has purchased licenses from us in the past; your support has been greatly appreciated!
Posted May 30, 2006 by Emil & Erik
Posted April 16, 2006 by Emil
Just posted a chart drawing widget. Supports line, area, stacked line, stacked area and bar charts.
Posted January 8, 2006 by Emil
New version of the ColumnList widget; includes a few new features such as column moving and alignment. Also improved Mozilla support and fixed keyboard bindings for FireFox 1.5 (previous version relied on -moz-user-input: which has been deprecate). Mozilla support is now up to pair with that for IE.
Just realized that this is the first update to this site in over a year... We've both been quite busy but we're still here, thanks for staying with us. Hopefully it won't take another year until the next update.
Posted December 8, 2005 by Emil
Fixed a few small bugs in the column list widget and improved column resizing functionality, should work better in mozilla and opera now.
Posted November 23, 2004 by Emil
It's been quite a while since our last major update, in an attempt to change that I've just posted a new widget, a column list. It supports, among other things, multiple selection, column sorting (using sortable table) and keyboard navigation. Give it a try.
Posted October 28, 2004 by Emil
We've update DHTML Menu 4 to version 4.3 which now supports Internet Explorer 6 for Windows XP SP2. We've also improved Sortable Table a bit to make it easier to reuse by allowing you better control of what table header and table body to use.
Posted August 26, 2004 by Erik
Tomorrow (the 11th) we are going to move our servers to a new facility. Therefore a few hours of down time is expected, sometime between 08 and 12 UTC.
Posted September 10, 2003 by Emil
This is the project I've been working with during the last year.
"Bindows is a Graphical User Interface Toolkit for writing rich client side web applications with the look, feel and behavior of modern Windows applications. Bindows applications are lightweight applications with zero footprint which means no installation required."
Bindows is a Swing/WinForms like GUI toolkit and as a proof of concept I've created a new front end to the webboard using this toolkit. The backend uses the REST interface which I've hinted about earlier in the XML group at the webboard.
There are also several more sample applications that you can test online or you can download the framework to play with it locally.
Posted August 7, 2003 by Erik