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JavaScript Tutorials

JavaScript » Windows and Frames — over 11 years ago
This example will automatically create auto resized popup windows that contain a big version of the clicked image. Only images meeting certain criteria are affected.
JavaScript » Buttons and Navigation — over 12 years ago
One of the most popular usages of JavaScript is to create a drop down menu. This tutorial will show you how to make one.
JavaScript » Ajax — over 7 years ago
In this tutorial we will create an AJAX callback with the jQuery library. The sample is very easy, but you can make it as complicated as you like!
JavaScript » Ajax — over 11 years ago
Create a two panel drop down with some neat effects to use as a UI element on your website. Must read.
JavaScript » Ajax — over 10 years ago
Creating Flash Charts from Google Spreadsheets Using Javascript
JavaScript » Ajax — almost 12 years ago
Learn how to create a tabbed area with jQuery for Wordpress or any HTML/CSS/PHP website.
JavaScript » Ajax — almost 11 years ago
Learn How to Style Articles for Print and Email
JavaScript » Ajax — about 12 years ago
By the end of this article, you will hopefully understand how to add data, submitted via a form, into a MySQL database without reloading the entire page (the asynchronous part) and show a message saying so.
JavaScript » Ajax — over 9 years ago
This is a jQuery-fied share count button to encourage people to bookmark your content on Delicious. Although Delicious provides their own button and I tried before to style it differently, but still It didn't look quite uniform like other sharing buttons.
JavaScript » Ajax — about 12 years ago
Prior to JavaScript and other client-side languages, Web browsers operated as if they were HTML dumb terminals, merely presenting Web pages generated on a server. For such pages, every user action requires a full page refresh, with a round-trip over the Internet, which degrades performance and thus user satisfaction. It may be fine for a great many Web sites, but it is completely inadequate for high-performance dynamic Web applications.
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