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JavaScript Tutorials

JavaScript » Accessibility — over 8 years ago
Web accessibility is the idea of making websites easily accessed by all types of people including those with certain disabilities, different languages, or lack of access to certain technology. The notion is derived from the fact that all people should be given equal opportunity to access websites regardless of their limitations. It is important for you to consider that a certain percentage of your site’s visitors will be in this category...
JavaScript » Accessibility — over 2 years ago
This jquery code is used to deserialize the query string and converts it back into an object. Here,function params_unserialize() let you to deserialize the query string. Use this code to deserialize your string. Reply me if there is any doubts regarding this code.
JavaScript » Accessibility — over 2 years ago
This code creates a customizable and movable watermark on your images. Follow the below steps to create an image watermark. Using this below steps you can create your watermark for your images. Reply me if you have any doubts regarding this code.
JavaScript » Object Oriented Development — over 4 years ago
Learn everything you should know about the new native getters and setters introduced in ecma script 5
JavaScript » Object Oriented Development — over 8 years ago
Covers usage and creation of custom objects in JavaScript.
JavaScript » Object Oriented Development — about 9 years ago
The tutorial walks you through the primitive data types in JavaScript, such as strings and numbers Arrays. Moreover, it takes you through the common operators, and explains the flow control statements, such as loops and if-else conditions.
JavaScript » Object Oriented Development — over 7 years ago
With something as important as a contact form, you want it working properly for all visitors—even the JavaScript challenged. How do you handle this if you want to use a modal (pop-up) form? The answer is progressive enhancement; start with baseline, usable functionality; then increase the user experience for those who have browsers to support it.
JavaScript » Object Oriented Development — almost 6 years ago
Quick tutorial that shows you an easy way to automate the addition of wmode=opaque, using jQuery, to all embedded iFrames on your website
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