JQuery UI & Widgets. JQuery Basic Page Layout. Ketchup Plugin. Ketchup is a small (3.4KB minified & gzipped) jQuery Plugin that helps you to validate your forms.
Out of the box it has 18 basic validations and a bubble like style. But truly this Plugin wants to be hacked to fit your needs. Easily write your own validations and overwrite/extend the default behaviour. Bubbles are not for everyone... Default Behavior If you like the style of the bubbles and all validations you need are already included you can get this Plugin up and running like so: Your HTML Header Include the default stylesheet (located in . <! Your HTML By default Ketchup checks the data-validate attribute of form fields if it can find matching validations.
jQuery Function Builder - a quick jQuery syntax function generat. Confused by jQuery syntax?
You can report any bugs/suggestions here. MicroTut: Getting And Setting Cookies With jQuery & PHP – Tutori. Martin Angelov HTTP is a stateless protocol, which means that every request you make to a website is standalone and therefore cannot keep data by itself.
The techniques presented here – for creating sliders, and CSS dynamic resizable bars, can be used together or in part for powering all sorts of jQuery goodness. Also, be sure to go ahead and download the PSD, so you can create your own colors and shapes. Step 1 – XHTML We start off with the XHTML part of the tutorial. Demo.html In the code above, you can see that we basically have only two structures, which are duplicated three times, once for every color. Inside the slider is the slide-handle div, which is converted to a draggable jQuery UI control, the movements of which are later translated to changes in the size of the bars. The second group is the one of the colorful bars. Lastly, we have the .perspective div. Dynamic jQuery & CSS Bars Step 2 – CSS.
Interactive Image Vamp up with jQuery, CSS3 and PHP. Today we will show you how to create an online application for giving some funny touches to an image.
jQuery.sheet – Visual Interop Development jQuery.sheet gives you all sorts of possibilities when it comes to giving your web application a spreadsheet style interface with MS Excel style calculations.