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JavaScript Tutorials — Forms

JavaScript » Forms — about 7 years ago
Making jQuery switch or toggle between login and signup forms in a smoother way without page refresh.
JavaScript » Forms — about 7 years ago
This tutorial shows you, step-by-step, how to create an automatically-updating character counter / limiter for textareas - using jQuery.
JavaScript » Forms — about 7 years ago
Validation of form elements using JavaScript. Restrict user to input wrong input and display message with nice user interface
JavaScript » Forms — over 7 years ago
jQuery makes it easy to spice up our search bars and form input fields with simple touches that really enhances the user’s experience. Let’s look at how jQuery can be used to show/hide a default value inside a field and provide visual user feedback when the field is selected.
JavaScript » Forms — over 7 years ago
An introduction to Regular Expressions including simple examples including validating nicknames, phone numbers and email addresses in JavaScript using regEx. Validator and source code included.
JavaScript » Forms — over 7 years ago
Shows you how to write a script that ensures your form is filled in correctly before it's sent to your server. Great for "required fields" such as email addresses.
JavaScript » Forms — over 7 years ago
Enable and disable a text box with a checkbox using jquery.
JavaScript » Forms — almost 8 years ago
My last jQuery post looked at how to count the number of options in a select and then clear all options from the select. This post looks at how to add a new option to a select with jQuery.
JavaScript » Forms — almost 8 years ago
Learn how to create the nice Digg style selectors instead of using radio buttons on your forms.
JavaScript » Forms — about 8 years ago
This is a tutorial on how to write a validation script for HTML form inputs using jQuery. There are plenty of these out there already, but in most cases I found that they could not be applied quickly. 9 out of 10 websites that I develop need nothing more than a simple validation to tell the user when an input was left empty or filled in improperly. Once you’ve gotten the hang of this script, it will only take you a couple of minutes to reapply it to each new website that you’d like it on.
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