All the time that I click on letitbit download link I need to enter my premium code, and for me it`s a hell…
So to fix this situation I write this Google Chrome extension that should make a life with service more pleasant.
So what this extension do? The answer is very simple this extension take your premium code and automatically enter it to a needed field and redirect directly to a download page,
but to use this application you need to have a premium code!

Download link: Letitbit Auto Link

Also some screenshots:

Options page, this is a place where you need to insert your premium code

Loading screen, preparing to redirect to links page

Links page

jqVideoBox is jquery port of  Videobox (mootools) lightbox for videos jqVideoBox is jquery lightbox for videos from Youtube, Metacafe, Google Video, Dailymotion, Revver, Veoh, Vimeo, Smotri, Vkontakte, Rutube,, and custom flash.

Download: Download jqVideoBox v 1.5.1

Demo: Demo jqVideoBox




Parameters list:

* width – Width of the lightbox
* height – Height of the lightbox
* animateCaption – Enable/Disable caption animation
* defaultOverLayFade – Default overlay fade value
* flvplayer – Path to default flash player
* getimage – Get image from service
* navigation – Activate navigation
* thumblin – fetch thumbnails from service (getimage need to be active, activated by default)


– 1.5.1 added support for, needed),,, support added, fetching thumbnails from

– 1.5 added support for,,,,
added paging in specific group
some minor fixes
swfobject 2.x support added

– 1.00 ported from mootools plugin videbox ( to jquery

Fancy facebook-like dynamic inputs with auto complete & pre added values. If you have any comments or requests, please post them and I will try to include all the requested features in the upcoming release.

Download: Download FCBKcomplete

Demo: Demo FCBKcomplete



Please use github for bug report


json_url: "fetched.txt",
cache: true,
filter_case: true,
filter_hide: true,
newel: true

json_url                   – url to fetch json object
cache                        – use cache
height                       – maximum number of element shown before scroll will apear
newel                        – show typed text like a element
addontab         – add first show element on tab or enter hit
firstselected          – automaticly select first element from dropdown
filter_case              – case sensitive filter
filter_hide              – show/hide filtered items
filter_selected      – filter selected items from list
complete_text     – text for complete page
maxshownitems – maximum numbers that will be shown at dropdown list (less better performance)
maxitems              – maximum item that can be added to the list
onselect                 – fire event on item select
onremove             – fire event on item remove
delay                      delay between ajax request (bigger delay, lower server time request)
attachto         – after this element fcbkcomplete insert own elements
bricket – use square bricket with select (needed for asp or php) enabled by default

Add item public method (how to use):
$(“elem”).trigger(“addItem”,[{“title”: “test”, “value”: “test”}]);


– 2.8.4 cache object fix by @tedberg

– 2.8.3 no more eval use
* public function addItem and removeItem fix (thanks to Yaron)

– 2.8.2 json_cache bug fix
* new option added “bricket”
* newel bug fix thanks to Matt

– 2.8.1 some minor bug fixes
* added selected attribute to preselected option thanks to @musketyr
* fixed cache entry with space thanks to Matt

– 2.8.0 bug fixes
* added jquery 1.6 support please note that old versions of jquery not supported
* cache mechanizm updated

Recently one of my friends asked me to check his e-shop on the fact that upon entering the SSL page, the buyer has received popup with message “Do you want to display the nonsecure items?” that and probably because of this message some buyers simply closes the browser window and leave the store without buying anything.

I immediately realized that most likely this popup message refers to some sort of forgotten images that appealed directly to http path, and of course I agreed to help him. But after half an hour I realized that I was mistaken … all images loaded via SSL and nothing was pointed to http path directly. After several tests with fidler I realized that the problem is not so simple.

After several tests and few cups of coffee the problem was solved, and as luck would have it proved to be quite trivial thing …
When flash object added to page there several default parameters added by default like “pluginspage” or “codebase” with pointing to adobe site throw http that may be interpreted as internet explorer as a request to the HTTP page. After simple change this problem was solved.

So if you encounter a similar problem simple change will help to solve this problem. For example:

from: pluginspage = “http:/ /”

to: pluginspage = “/ /”

Fancy facebook-like dynamic inputs with auto complete & pre added values. If you have any comments or requests, please post them and I will try to include all the requested features in the upcoming release.

New version of FCBKcomplete can be found here

Download: Download FCBKcomplete

Demo: Demo FCBKcomplete


<script language="JavaScript">
$(document).ready(function() {
$.facebooklist('#elem', '#list', '#complete',{url:
'ajax-url',cache:1}, height, {userfilter:1,casesensetive:0});

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elem – input element id or object
list – preadded elements
complete – autocomplete div id or object
ajax – object with two parametrs a) url to fetch json object b) use cache
height – maximum number of element shown before scroll will apear
filter – object with two parametrs a)case sensitive b) show/hide filtered items
newel – show typed text like a element

Creditrs for CSS & HTML structure: Guillermo (


– 1.09 IE crash fixed

– 1.08 some minor bug fixed

-1.07  case sensetive added
applied filter to non ajax items
filter algorithm changed
cache for ajax request added
up/down with auto scrolling
minor code fixes

– 1.06 auto heigth fix
event bind on main element for better user frendly experience
filter for items
up/down keys supported from now

– 1.05 bindEvents function fixed thanks to idgnarn

– Name changed to FCBKcomplete

– 1.04 IE7 <em> tag replace fixed

– 1.03 IE7 & IE6 crash fixed
IE7 css fixed

– 1.02 json parsing fixed
remove element fixed

– 1.01: some bugs fixed

In one of the projects I am faced with problem of the java scripts execution on different domains.
After advice from one of team leaders, the solution was found and it was a quite simple.
For example, we have A domain with frame that point to domain B which is to call javascript function in domain A.
If you simply call a window.parent.funcame you will get exception. So what can we do ?
It is very simple – in domain B we create frame to domain A and then we try to execute a function on domain A as window.parent.parent.fucname and how we can see function is executed succesufully.

So this script does this operation automatically without requiring knowledge of java script.

Credits: Nir Levy


Domain A:

Main file:

function showmelove(text)
... some content here ...
<iframe id="hpel" height="100" frameborder="0" width="100%" scrolling="0" title="" src="http://domain_b/iframe.html" style="height: 194px;"></iframe>
... some content here ...

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Exec file:

<script type="text/javascript" src="crossdomain_server.js"></script>
<script type="text/javascript">

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Domain B:

<script src="crossdomain_client.js" type="text/javascript" ></script>

function sendText() {
crossdomain.client("frame").callfunc("showmelove",{mesasge: "'hello world'"});
<div id="allBodyDiv">
some content goes here...
<input type="button" value="send" onclick="sendText()" />

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Download: CrossDomain