Apr 07, 2011 — 6 comments
In this tutorial, we are going to take a look at the jQuery show password functionality.
If the HTML Form is having large number of checkboxes, then selecting and de-selecting all the checkboxes will be difficult for the users. And, it will take significant amount of time.
Its merely easy to validate the form when there is a single submit button It's quiet tricky to perform validation on form with multiple submit button.
A very frequent requirement from customers is to have input fields dynamically added to a form while typing in it. This should happen without refreshing the page because the user shouldn't be submitting the form before all their information is completed.
Sometimes, we might need to check and see if a URL entered by a user in a text box is a valid one or not.
I will show you how to use a jQuery validation plugin to setup front-end form validation in just a few minutes.
Tutorial explaining how to load the Wordpress comment form within a jQuery lightbox.
Motion captcha is a jQuery plugin I've stumbled across where it will ask the user to draw over the image displayed to them, this can only be done by a human with a mouse and therefore proves they are a human so passes the test and allows you to submit the form.
The reason it will convert the select box to a div and list is because now it is easy to style these how ever you want. With normal select boxes you can style the top selected option but you can't easily style the dropdown options or the select style. When these are list items you can apply a CSS class to the selected item and change the style
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