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JavaScript Tutorials

JavaScript » Accessibility — 4 months ago
Learn how the HTML5 canvas element can be used with touchscreen support by creating a simple sketchpad app.
JavaScript » Ajax — 4 months ago
How Do You Customize Something Without Touching Its Code? A well structured HTML code (fortunately this is the case with WatuPRO) is easy to be modified by applying Javascript and CSS to it. This Jjavascript and CSS code can reside in completely different file and just be included on the page. In our WordPress example this happens by adding another plugin.
JavaScript » Advanced Topics — 4 months ago
This tutorial shows, in great detail, how to use function as a function parameter in JavaScript.
JavaScript » Advanced Topics — 5 months ago
This tutorial will show you in two easy steps how to add the Bing's Knowledge Widget to your WordPress blog.
In this article I would like to show you a 3D rotator you can make with jQuery. It will listen for mouse events to rotate a teapot much like a 3D turntable render video
Learn how to create a simple scrolling sidebar with jQuery that follows your screen when you scroll down after a certain amount of height in pixels.
JavaScript » Buttons and Navigation — 6 months ago
Making your menu bar fix to the top of the page is something that’s been done a lot. However what if you don’t want to start your menu out as being fixed to the top? And how do you make your menu look different from its original state when you make it fix to the top of the screen?
When you know you have a lot of images to load, or that they are big in size, it can be handy to make a preloader! So let’s make an animated image gallery percentage preloader with CSS and jQuery.
JavaScript » Forms — 6 months ago
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.
If you building a web system that allows users to enter their own password, then it is always a good idea to give them an instant feedback regarding the strength of their password, so the user can modify the password to make it more secure. Today, we are going to use jQuery plus some simple algorithm to create a beautiful combo password strength indicator + password tips checker. Sound nice? Let’s get started right away!
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