Apr 07, 2011 — 3 comments
This tutorial will walk you through setting up a drag and drop script using Ajax and PHP We’ll be doing two things. * PART ONE: We’ll setup a sortable drag and drop task list that is integrated with your mysql database * PART TWO: We’ll modify our code to make this a mini CMS that allows us to drag and drop to sort things and have those changes reflected on other pages.
This hack uses the POST HTTP request method to send data, communicating with the server without disrupting the user's interaction with the application. It then displays the server's response to the user.
Create collapsible objects which on the click of a link or button will hide/show its contents. Perfect to keep some elements hidden unless the user specifically clicks to show them.
The Twitter feed options provided by Twitter are severely lacking, either an ugly flash feed, or an ugly xhtml feed. So I’m going to show you how to create your own custom twitter feed.
Iframe can be very well called the most interesting new concept that has emerged in HTML in recent year. With the advent of Iframe and now that most browsers are supporting it many and much more interesting and complex functionality and user experience can be implemented, taking websites within touch of a complete computer application.
Using jQuery, I will show how to create a widget that works like the infamous 'Coda-Slider'. It can also be used as an effective archive navigator for your WordPress blog.
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