Use jQuery.filter() & Attribute Selectors with HTML5 data attributes to filter out specific content on a click. Includes a code demo.
Use mouse clicks to load information stored in data attributes onto a web page in a cross-browser compatible way. Contains lots of demos.
jQuery-powered search functionality for a Jekyll site with fallback code if JS or CSS is disabled. Look at the demo before using the code.
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A tutorial on creating a rounded corner, transparent CSS3 link in Internet Explorer 6 through 8 with CSS3 PIE