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JavaScript Tutorials

JavaScript » Ajax — almost 12 years ago
In this tutorial I will show you how to create simple AJAX file upload system using PHP and JavaScript.
JavaScript » Ajax — about 11 years ago
How to Mimic the iGoogle Interface
JavaScript » Basics — about 10 years ago
Regular expressions can be scary...really scary. Fortunately, once you memorize what each symbol represents, the fear quickly subsides. If you fit the title of this article, there's much to learn! Let's get started.
JavaScript » Forms — over 9 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 » Buttons and Navigation — over 9 years ago
In this tutorial, we’ll take a look and see what we can achieve with HTML5 and CSS3 when it comes to the staple of current web sites: the humble drop-down navigation menu. We’ll also use jQuery to handle the effects and add the finishing touches for us.
JavaScript » Basics — over 11 years ago
How to create a simple image viewer using javascript and PHP
JavaScript » Ajax — over 10 years ago
"Outside the Box" Navigation with jQuery
JavaScript » Ajax — over 11 years ago
This is an incredibly easy way to add a Google Map to your website. * It’s free * It keeps the look of your site * Easy to set up This includes a Video Tutorial and the files to get you set up in minutes
JavaScript » Basics — over 9 years ago
tutorial on jquery which is all about creating a content slider using css and jquery here will learn to create a slider which can be used to slide your content of website.
JavaScript » Ajax — almost 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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