In this tutorial we will learn how to use jQuery and cookies to store some user preferences in a cookie to display an specific content to the user.
You can't stop users from double clicking a form submit button, but you can learn how to avoid the double clicking from being received by the form with the one() function provided by jQuery.
One of the fundamental principles of programming is encapsulation and reuse. These two techniques allow us to write code once and use it many times in different proyects or situations. jQuery plugins are a cool way to implement these principles on our web development project. In the past we have review many interesting ways to… Continue reading How to create a jQuery plugin
In the following lecture by Chris Coyier, he gives a beautiful, and funny (which is great), introduction to jQuery and explaining how to benefit from including it in our workflow with HTML and CSS. Enjoy! http://vimeo.com/moogaloop.swf?clip_id=5933285&server=vimeo.com&show_title=1&show_byline=1&show_portrait=0&color=00ADEF&fullscreen=1
Looking for a file uploading solution to integrate on a WordPress admin I stumbled upon the incredible jQuery file upload plugin Uploadify. It's a complete solution and by all means easy to implement with a large amount of options. I wanted to give my client the chance to upload some images directly on the settings… Continue reading jQuery file upload: Uploadify
Removing elements from DOM is quite easy using jQuery. How about removing each inner element from a given list of elements?
One of the more interesting actions in visual interfaces is the ability to drag an object and drop it on a selected target. We will learn how to create drag & drop using jQuery displaying hidden attributes of the dragged element during the process.
The ILC-PDFBox plugin for WordPress allows you to display a PDF document that you embed in the post writing area using Thickbox, the jQuery modal window.
How to detect the screen width using the screen.width property and change the stylesheet using jQuery.