We’ve all heard of in-line editing. Flickr uses it for many things such as changing the title or description of one of your pictures.
For those of you who dont know, in-line editing is when you can just click on text, and it becomes a text box which the user can then edit. When the user hits enter, the edited text is sent to a script, which can do some magic, like submitting the text to a database.
Now, thanks to Dylan Verheul, doing this with jQuery could never be easier. He has created a plugin called Editable, which makes it possible to create in-line editing fields with one simple line of code.
The source code, along with a (broken) demo can be seen here. I have put together a simple working demo on my website, here.