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Using jQuery’s .resize() Method
2019, jQuery, TUTORIALS

Using jQuery’s .resize() Method

Using jQuery resize Method In This Article We discuss About Using jQuery resize Method is a cool way to have an event triggered or have a function executed when something is resized. For the purposes of this tutorial, we’re going to show you how to use the .resize() method to trigger an alert method whenever the window is resized. You might be surprised at how easy this functionality is to add to any of your code.In terms of syntax, the .resize() method is used in much the same was as any other jQuery method. Take a look at the snippet below to get a look for yourself:$(window).resize(function(){alert("The window has been resized!");})That’s all it takes to use the resize method to trigger an alert message once the window has been resized. Feel free to use the code...
Top 10 Must Have Plugins For Your Blog
jQuery Plugins, SEO Tools, WordPress, WordPress Plugins

Top 10 Must Have Plugins For Your Blog

In This Article We Discuss About Top 10 Must Have Plugins For Your Blog WordPress is a powerful CMS platform. It is so flexible to make life easier they’ve developed based as a plugin system. With the use of the best WordPress plugins, you can use or remove the certain function from your blog or website immediately as per your wish. There are tons of plugins available for WordPress but today I am going to share the list of 10 must-have plugins for any WordPress users. You can also use appvalley to get free all paid app on your mobile. 1. Seo Yoast Keywords and meta tag is the most important feature that every blog should have to rank on google. SEO Yoast helps you to add keywords and meta tags to your blog posts. It also analyzes if the keywords are matching in the post, title, and URL. ...
jQuery Supported YouTube Player : ytPlayer
Plugins, Video & Audio, Web

jQuery Supported YouTube Player : ytPlayer

YouTube Player jQuery Supported YouTube Player:The plugin works only if used under a web server. It doesn’t work if you run the HTML page as file (file://…). If you want to run it locally on your computer you need a web server installed (for ex: MAMP for Mac, XAMP for Windows, LAMP for linux) and reach the file from http://localhost… or whatever you mapped in the Host file as localhost jQuery Supported YouTube Player.The plugin doesn’t work with jquery.slim.js as it requires methods that have been removed from the slim version of jQuery.head inclusions:<link href="css/YTPlayer.css" media="all" rel="stylesheet" type="text/css"><script src="https://ajax.googleapis.com/ajax/libs/jquery/3.0.0/jquery.min.js"></script> <script src="inc/jquery.mb...
How to Use jQuery to Test CSS3 Browser Support
2019, jQuery

How to Use jQuery to Test CSS3 Browser Support

How to Use jQuery to Test CSS3 Browser Support This Article Is About How to Use jQuery to Test CSS3 Browser Support The tricky thing about using CSS properties (especially newer ones that have just been introduced) is that they aren’t always supported by every browser, particularly older versions of any browser, which can be a pain if you’re really striving for consistency in your projects. Luckily, there are a few ways around this issue of cross-browser compatibility. You could quickly test to be sure that your properties of choice are supported, and if they aren’t, you can choose to nix them, or conversely, you could choose to use the property, and write different code for the browsers that don’t support the property.But how do you test to see if a CSS property will work on a browse...
Anti-Bot Icon Captcha using jQuery & PHP : IconCaptcha
PHP, Plugins

Anti-Bot Icon Captcha using jQuery & PHP : IconCaptcha

  Icon Captcha using jQuery & PHP IconCaptcha is easier, faster and more user-friendly captcha than most other captchas. You no longer have to read any annoying text-images, with IconCaptcha you only have to compare two images and select the image which is only present once.Besides being user-friendly, IconCaptcha is also developer-friendly. With just a few steps you can get the captcha up and running. Even developers new to JavaScript and PHP can easily install IconCaptcha. The demo page contains all the code needed to get the captcha working.Also, Check 7 New JavaScript Libraries for DevelopersFeatures:User-Friendly: The captcha uses easily understandable images instead of hard to read texts to complete the captcha. Server-side validation: Any validati...
Using Head.js to Load All Your JavaScript
2019, JavaScript, jQuery

Using Head.js to Load All Your JavaScript

Using Head.js to Load All Your JavaScript In This Article We Discuss About Using Head.js to Load All Your JavaScript. Client side frameworks have become very powerful and offers unique features to implement complex functionalities on the client side, instead of relying on server side. This is really great for developers, but it has also made life difficult when it comes to managing multiple resources. One of its disadvantage is that loading multiple JavaScript file makes the site slow to load. This is because scripts block the rendering of the page until they are downloaded, parsed and executed. This can be fix by using a Script loader library, and of these Head.js is the most popular. What is Script Loader? There is no concrete definition for Script loader, but one can think of Script ...
How to Optimize jQuery Code for Better Performance
2019, jQuery

How to Optimize jQuery Code for Better Performance

How to Optimize jQuery Code for Better Performance In This Article We Discuss About how to Optimize jQuery Code for Better Performance jQuery is the most popular client side library, in fact almost every website uses it. It is popular because it is easy to learn, makes development quick, offers clean code and helps in implementing complex functionality with ease.  The downside is that it can also decrease the performance of websites and can result in slow loading, if not used properly. To ensure the best performance of Optimize jQuery Code for Better Performance, one has to know and follow best practices. In this post, we list some of the most crucial tips for optimizing the performance of jQuery code.Load jQuery from CDN A content delivery network (CDN) is a system of distributed se...
How to Disable Right-Click Menu Using jQuery
2019, jQuery

How to Disable Right-Click Menu Using jQuery

This Article Is About How to Disable Right-Click Menu Using jQuery. There can be so many reasons of why you want to disable right click on any given website. A common one is that you don’t want your users to be able to steal or download your images (this can be done easily if your users have access to a right click menu, which gives users the option to save images when they right-click on them). Whether you want to protect your images or if you have another reason to want to do away with the right-click menu on your site, it’s actually really easy to disable this functionality with jQuery. Disable Right-Click Menu Using jQuery Here’s how you would do it using only a few simple lines of code:$(document).bind("contextmenu", function(e) {return false;});That’s all it takes, ...
How To Convert Image to Black and White
2019, jQuery

How To Convert Image to Black and White

Convert Images to Black and White using jQuery Convert Images to Black and White using jQuery is no longer a manual event. As client side technologies becoming more powerful, conversion processes can be automated and be done in real-time. Read on to learn different ways of converting images to black and white using CSS3, HTML5 with jQuery and various other jQuery plugins. There are jQuery plugins available which can do this job, but first we look at how to do it with simple CSS. Then we will move on to using jQuery code, and finally jQuery plugins. It is best to avoid jQuery plugins until they are absolutely necessary.CSS CSS3 supports various filters and filter properties providing graphical effects like blurring, sharpening, or color shifting an element. Filters are commonly used ...
How to Use jQuery to Create Blinking Text
2019, jQuery, jQuery Plugins

How to Use jQuery to Create Blinking Text

Use jQuery to Create Blinking Text Use jQuery to Create Blinking Text. Blinking text is one of those cool features that you never actively think to add to your projects, but it’s still really fun to play around and experiment with as a text effect. While it might not be super versatile in terms of which of your web pages you might want to or be able to include it in, it is a relatively easy and straightforward effect to master.There are a number of different ways of creating a blinking text effect, but one of the easiest ways to achieve it is by using the fadeOut() and fadeIn() jQuery methods and assigning a slow speed to the methods. This creates a slower blinking effect, like the kind you’d see on a billboard or on a window sign.To use the effect for any of your projects, check ...
How to Change iFrame Styling Using jQuery
2019, jQuery

How to Change iFrame Styling Using jQuery

In This Article We Discuss About Change iFrame Styling Using jQuery. If you’ve ever had the displeasure of working with iFrames, then you know how tedious and frustrating the process can be. Because an iFrames is just embedded HTML content that can be from any website, often when you’re working with them, the style sheets that determine how the content looks are hosted on another server. This can be a real problem, because you won’t be able to override the styling of the content using plain CSS. So colors, font-sizes, font-families, etc, within iFrames are typically very hard to change, unless you use the following snippet of jQuery code, which allows you to use the .contents() and .find() methods to select and change the styling of elements within an iFrame: $(document).ready(function(){...
How to Use jQuery’s Keystroke Methods
2019, jQuery

How to Use jQuery’s Keystroke Methods

jQuery’s Keystroke Methods In This Article We Discuss About jQuery’s Keystroke Methods. Query has a few built-in keystroke methods that are all triggered by different stages of keys being pressed on a user’s keyboard. If you want to be able to keep track of how many keystroke a user makes, or if you want an event to be triggered as the result of a key being pressed (or released), then this methods can help you achieve those things. The keystroke methods that we’ll go over in this tutorial are .keypress(), .keydown(), and .keyup() — from their names you might be able to roughly gather what type of keystroke action it takes to trigger each of them. .keypress() The .keypress() method is triggered when a key is pressed down. This event can be used to keep track of how many times a user pres...
How To Add Keyboard Shortcut to Anchor Tag Using jQuery
2019, jQuery

How To Add Keyboard Shortcut to Anchor Tag Using jQuery

Add Keyboard Shortcut Using JQuery In This Article We Are Discuss About how to add Keyboard Shortcut Using JQuery Making a user friendly website can be quite a challenging task. There are many areas where user interactions can improve and become friendlier. One area that can almost always be improved is navigation, and one great way to do this is by adding keyboard shortcuts to anchor elements that allow the user to open hyperlinks via the keyboard instead of the mouse. Keyboard shortcuts improve productivity by enabling users to accomplishing tasks more quickly and without much effort. In this post, we’ll learn how to add keyboard shortcuts to anchor tags using jQuery.HTML Markup First, let’s take a look at the HTML markup. There are 3 anchor tags defined with href attribute set to ...
How To Add jQuery’s Selectors
2019, jQuery

How To Add jQuery’s Selectors

jQuery’s Selectors In This Article We Are Going To Talk About jQuery’s Selectors in jQuery are actually similar in a lot of ways to selectors in CSS. For example, when you want to select an ID, you precede it with the “#” symbol, and when you want to select a class, you precede it with the symbol, only the syntax for doing so is quite different.In jQuery, when you want to select an element (for the purposes of this example, let’s say you’re selecting an element with the ID of “main”), your selector will need to look like this:$("#main") Beginner’s Guide to jQuery’s Selectors So like CSS, you use the “#” symbol to indicate that it’s a class you’re selecting, but unlike CSS, the selection text all needs to go in within quotation marks, surrounded by parentheses, and preceded by th...
7 New JavaScript Libraries for Developers
2019, JavaScript

7 New JavaScript Libraries for Developers

In This Article You Read About JavaScript Libraries for Developers. A JavaScript library is a library of pre-written JavaScript which allows for easier development of JavaScript-based applications, especially for AJAX and other web-centric technologies. The primary use of JavaScript is to write functions that are embedded in or included from HTML pages and interact with the Document Object Model (DOM) of the page.For this roundup I have built list of  7 New JavaScript Libraries released recently, the following JavaScript Libraries are useful and serve almost every purpose for developers. Let’s take a look at the list. 1. StretchyStretchy is a javascript library to make form elements autosizing, the way it should be. 2. Jet.jsJets.js is a javascript library to create native cs...
How to Use jQuery to Check if Cookies are Enabled
2019, jQuery

How to Use jQuery to Check if Cookies are Enabled

Use jQuery to Check if Cookies are Enabled In this Article You Find About How to Use jQuery to Check if Cookies are Enabled a cookie (not the kind with chocolate chips) is a small piece of data sent by a website and stored in a user’s computer by their web browser. This is why if you’ve viewed a particular pair of pants on an eCommerce website recently, you might see an ad for those same pants later when browsing Facebook or reading the New York Times — this kind of integration is made possible through the use of cookies. Check if Cookies are Enabled As a user and consumer, you can decide whether or not you choose to enable cookies on your own personal web browser. As a web developer, however, it may be important for you to know if a user has cookies enabled on his or her browser, depen...
How to Use Google Analytics with jQuery Mobile
2019, jQuery, JQuery mobile

How to Use Google Analytics with jQuery Mobile

Google Analytics with jQuery Mobile Google Analytics with jQuery Mobile is an HTML5 based web-page framework that’s optimized for touch — so it’s perfect for using to make responsive web pages and websites that will look great and work phenomenally on mobile devices and tablets. The framework is also optimized for performance. It typically has a very fast page load time, because each page load isn’t a full page load, but rather, when a new page loads, it’s really just a designated HTML snippet being loaded to the browser by JavaScript.This helps keep things nice and speedy, but it also can cause some issues in terms of your analytics data. Because the page load is set up this way, chances are that each page view of a session will be treated by analytics as one single page view, which ...
How jQuery Snippets Getting the Current Year
2019, jQuery

How jQuery Snippets Getting the Current Year

jQuery Snippets Getting the Current Year In This Article you read about jQuery Snippets Getting the Current Year here’s a fun, simple, and incredibly useful jQuery that you can probably use on just about every single one of your projects. This snippet uses jQuery to grab the current year and display it wherever you’d like within your webpage. This is a great chunk of code to have on hand.One particularly good use for this snippet is in the copyright section of your web page or project. Most websites have a copyright notice, followed by the current year, somewhere on their web pages (usually you’ll find it down towards the footer or in the footer, but not always). Getting the Current Year We’ve all probably seen sites with copyrights that are super outdated. When you see a copyright ...
How to Dynamically Trim Text Using jQuery
2019, jQuery

How to Dynamically Trim Text Using jQuery

Dynamically Trim Text Using jQuery This Article is About Dynamically Trim Text Using jQuery this is very easy for beginners jQuery tutorial demonstrates how you can use jQuery to trim the text length of an HTML element based on how many characters you wish to be viewable by the user. With this straightforward and simple code snippet, you’ll be able to trim your text and then add an ellipses (…) to the place where the text cuts off, so that your user knows they’re not seeing the full text, but a shortened version of it. Thanks to jQuery, all of this can be done dynamically.To take a look at how you’d implement this sort of effect in your own code, check out the code snippet below: $(document).ready(function($) { $("p").each(function() { if ($(this).text().length & gt...
How To Change images in a loop on hover using jQuery
2019, jQuery, RESOURCES, TUTORIALS

How To Change images in a loop on hover using jQuery

Change images in a loop on hover In This Article You find How To Change images in a loop on hover is a very common functionality that you’ll often find on e-commerce websites or portfolio websites. As an example, on the product list page, when you mouse over any product thumbnail, all the other images associated with that product start showing on top of the thumbnail after a specific interval. Many websites only have 2 images looping, which can be easily achieved via CSS only. But when there are more than 2 images to loop, you’ll need the help of a client side library. In this post, we’ll learn how to start the image loop on mouse over and then stop and reset the first image again on mouse out. HTML Markup  To get started, create a couple of div elements which contain the images. Each d...
10 Random Free jQuery Plugins
2019, jQuery, jQuery Plugins, Plugins

10 Random Free jQuery Plugins

10 Random jQuery Plugins In This Article You Fine 10 Random Jquery Plugins There many other JavaScript frameworks available, but jQuery is clearly the most popular (according to BuiltWith, it’s currently used by over 78% of top million sites). The purpose of jQuery is to make many of those JavaScript functions that typically need many lines of code easier to manage and write by bundling them into methods that can be called upon with just a single line of code. It’s lightweight, and because it is extendable, there are jQuery plugins freely available for almost every functionality you can think of. 1. pixelate.js jQuery plugins to pixelate images and, optionally, reveal on hover.SourceDemo 2. Seriously.js A real-time, node-based video effects compositor for the web built with HTML...