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JavaScript Tutorials

JavaScript » Accessibility — over 7 years ago
Now, with the help of HTML5, web developer can create thumbnail preview of images that a user may wish to upload to remote server.
JavaScript » Accessibility — almost 10 years ago
So I thought it’d be nice that when you roll over an image that you could zoom in on, a magnifying glass icon would appear on top of the image indicating you can zoom in. Read on to found out how...
JavaScript » Accessibility — about 6 years ago
Responsive web design is the concept of designing a website’s layout so that it adapts to the screen size of the user — making the user’s experience on your site optimal for whatever device they’re using. There are many free jQuery slider plugins that integrate well with responsive web designs — you’ll find a handful of them in this post.
JavaScript » Accessibility — about 8 years ago
Open All External Links in New Tabs using jQuery
JavaScript » Accessibility — over 6 years ago
Add Touch support to your website by mapping touch events to mouse events ...
JavaScript » Accessibility — about 9 years ago
Making Javascript keyboard shortcuts is an easy way to add more interactivity to your website
JavaScript » Object Oriented Development — over 10 years ago
Find out why JavaScript is actually a good OO language and why you should like it!
JavaScript » Object Oriented Development — almost 11 years ago
How to use instances as templates for other instances.
JavaScript » Object Oriented Development — over 9 years ago
Step by step to understand how setTimeout method of Window object works and its scope and behavior in js object.
JavaScript » Object Oriented Development — over 8 years ago
This tutorial further explains the JavaScript string object.
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