AlloyUI gives you skinnable, scalable UI components, so you can provide a consistent look and feel for your application. It’s a framework containing JavaScript extensions to Yahoo UI (YUI) that leverages all of YUI’s modules and adds its own components to help you build terrific UIs.

AlloyUI 2.0 TagLib and Bootstrap Migration

Liferay 6.2 uses Twitter® Bootstrap-based theming for a slick, vibrant look and feel with instant access to the Twitter® Bootstrap (Bootstrap) theme library. But there are a number of changes that...

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Using AlloyUI Carousel in Your Portlet

Image carousels are often the first thing people see when they visit sites. Carousels provide an interactive way of cycling through visual elements and are an effective means of communicating...

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Customizing the AUI-Carousel

AlloyUI’s carousel module has a lot to offer as is, but you can take it to the next level by customizing it and making it your own. If you need to learn how to set up the basic aui-carousel, please...

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Working With the DOM in AlloyUI

In this tutorial, you’ll learn how to manipulate HTML elements in the DOM (Document Object Model) using AlloyUI. You’ll also learn how to handle events on elements. And if you’re playful at heart...

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Using the AlloyUI Validator Tag

The AlloyUI validator tag is a handy way to make sure users enter the right data into a form’s AlloyUI input fields. It offers multiple data checks, making form validation a simple task. This...

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Using the AlloyUI Form Validator in a Portlet

Would you like to provide instant feedback to users when they fill out a form incorrectly? Do you like to use strongly-typed fields and show clear consistent messages to users when they enter the...

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Organizing Content with AlloyUI Rows and Columns

Say goodbye to sleepless nights tossing, turning, and worrying about the potentially daunting task of arranging content in your portlets! It doesn’t have to be complicated. AlloyUI’s aui:col and...

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Using Select Lists to Present Options

Select lists are UI components that present collapsible groups of options. A select list initially shows a single default option. When clicked, all the options are displayed. When an option is...

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