Apr 07, 2011 — 7 comments
In this ultimate tutorial I will explain, from scratch, how to create a complete and advanced jQuery image slider with thumbnails, active bullets for every slide, navigation arrows inside the big preview image and a slideshow timer that will change everything automatically inside our slider. This will also contain descriptions for images!
In this tutorial, we are going to look at how to add and remove the dynamic input fields by using jQuery.
A tiny amount of jQuery code which helps you to count characters remaining.
A very tiny jQuery snippet which can be used select / deselect all checkboxes.
A handy snippet which can be used to detect if the enter key is pressed using jQuery
In this tutorial, I will show you how you can grab the value of checkboxes using jQuery and save them inside an array.
Today, we would like to show you the concept of creating a simple jQuery responsive content slider for your responsive web application. In large devices, the content is aligned vertically and you can browse through the content by scrolling up or down of the browser’s scroll bar; In small devices, the content will aligned horizontally, and you can swipe left or right to browse through the content.
In this simple tutorial you will learn how to move div in another div with jQuery. This trick is useful when you have limited access to html source or when you need a quick way to move an element in another element without changing the html.
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