Archive for September, 2011

Run JavaScript only after page is completely loaded

Before we got into the actual problem it is important to know and understand the fundamental difference between DOM loading and Page Loading. When we say DOM loading that means all the DOM elements are completely loaded but it is quite possible that some of the elements like images are not loaded completely. When we […]
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Change cursor to hand on mouseover in GridView using jQuery

In this post, I will show you how to change the cursor to Hand style cursor when user takes mouse on the rows of ASP.NET GridView so that the user will come to know that it is clickable. Also read my ASP.NET Grid View with jQuery series posts. Below jQuery code will change the mouse […]
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How to remove rows from GridView using jQuery

With continuation with my Grid View series posts, Formatting ASP.NET GridView using jQuery Highlight row on mouseover in GridView using jQuery In this post, I will show you how to remove any row in grid view using jQuery. The task is pretty simple. One need to bind the click event with every tr which has […]
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Using jQuery’s Data APIs

In the beginning (well, beginning with jQuery 1.2.3 in early 2008) there was the jQuery.data() API. It offers a way to associate JavaScript data — strings, numbers, or any object — with a DOM element. As long as you manipulate the DOM element with jQuery, the library ensures that when the DOM element goes away, […]
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