Apr 07, 2011 — 5 comments
In this tutorial, we are using jQuery UI’s autocomplete widget, to build a simple AJAX movie search form. The script is going to use TheMovieDatabase.org’s free API, to provide auto suggestions against a vast database of movie titles.
This is a simple tutorial on how to write your own jQuery plugin. Through this tutorial, you will build your own jQuery plugin to set default text on form input fields - which disappears when you focus the field.
The reason it will convert the select box to a div and list is because now it is easy to style these how ever you want. With normal select boxes you can style the top selected option but you can't easily style the dropdown options or the select style. When these are list items you can apply a CSS class to the selected item and change the style
There is a new API in town – Full Screen. With it you can make any element take the entire screen. Perfect for videos and canvas-based games, reports and print preview dialogs. Learn how to use it in this tutorial.
In chapter five of this series, we jumped into the muddy world of event listeners. In that episode, we only got our feet wet; however, today, we’ll take things a step further as we implement a far more efficient solution. Along the way, we’ll learn a plethora of new techniques.
In this tutorial you will learn to make a navigation menu with Photoshop, jQuery, xHTML, and CSS.
An example of creating a site aimed for announcing future conferences on front-end development with the help of Webix and a Java-framework Struts 2. As a result you'll get a good-looking website that will represent a list of forthcoming events concerning front-end development. These events will be fully editable.
Sometimes, we might need to check and see if a URL entered by a user in a text box is a valid one or not.
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