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JavaScript Tutorials

JavaScript » Ajax — about 10 years ago
"Outside the Box" Navigation with jQuery
JavaScript » Buttons and Navigation — about 11 years ago
This tutorial will show you how to create a hidden Div and display it with the click of a link. There are a few reasons you may want to hide a Div in a website design. You may want to create a drop down type menu or a box that will show more information when you click a link. Another reason would be for SEO purposes. In theory hiding information in a Div is not against Google’s rules. As long as the user can still see the content when clicking a button you are not displaying different informat
JavaScript » Basics — about 12 years ago
A detailled basic javascript tutorial. You'll learn the very basics and some handy tricks.
JavaScript » Ajax — over 10 years ago
Javascrip and the DOM Series: Lesson 1
JavaScript » Basics — almost 10 years ago
If you’re like me, the Wordpress Codex is an endless source of new template options. Today we’re going to use an often overlooked feature in the Wordpress dashboard to assign and display ratings on links.
JavaScript » Ajax — over 11 years ago
Learn how to create a tabbed area with jQuery for Wordpress or any HTML/CSS/PHP website.
JavaScript » Ajax — over 9 years ago
I was interested to see the 1000th tweet from some friends timeline. And when I didn't find an existing method, I thought I could write few jQuery lines to solve this..
JavaScript » Ajax — about 12 years ago
This tutorial shows how you can implement an advanced window which can be modal, dragable, resizable, closable with the hijax framework Gaia Ajax Widgets. Gaia is an open source framework for ASP.NET 2.0.
JavaScript » Basics — over 9 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 » Basics — over 9 years ago
In this tutorial, we're going to look at how we can easily create an attractive and space-saving content viewer which even works with JavaScript disabled. We'll build a solid core of semantic HTML, styled with some basic CSS and we'll then use jQuery to add further enhancements in the form of transition animations.
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