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I’m wrapping up my first jQuery UI widget (see multiselect on GitHub) and thought it would be useful to share some notes I took on the widget factory & widget development in general.
Previously on Nettuts+, Philo showed how you can use jQuery to add form validation to wordpress comments that works without any page reload.
The purpose of web form validation is to ensure that the user is provided with the necessary information and help so that they can fill out and complete an online form with the minimum amount of fuss and time.
This jQuery plugin makes simple clientside form validation trivial, while offering lots of option for customization. That makes a good choice if you’re building something new from scratch, but also when you’re trying to integrate it into an existing application with lots of existing markup. The plugin comes bundled with a useful set of validation methods, including URL and email validation, while providing an API to write your own methods.
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Description: Perform an asynchronous HTTP (Ajax) request. The $.ajax() function underlies all Ajax requests sent by jQuery. It is often unnecessary to directly call this function, as several higher-level alternatives like $.get() and .load() are available and are easier to use.
Hi there, That's a lot of questions in one question...
I recently saw a question on StackOverflow where a user wanted to retrieve the selected value of an ASP.NET DropDownList using jQuery. I have observed a lot of developers confused on when to use text() vs val(). Here’s the solution taken from my EBook 51 Recipes with jQuery and ASP.NET Controls
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Although jQuery has a nice set of slide methods — .slideDown() , .slideUp() , and .slideToggle() — sometimes we may want to slide an element in a different direction.