Archive for May, 2012

How to display ToolTip on jQuery UI Datepicker for specific dates

I had already posted about how to "Highlight Specific Dates in jQuery UI Datepicker". Yesterday one of my blog reader asked me that how to show any description or tool tip on the highlighted date in jQuery UI Datepicker.Would it be possible? I provided him the solution and thought of sharing with you as well. […]
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How to Read and Parse JSON using jQuery

In this short post, you will find how you to parse the JSON string using jQuery. JSON (JavaScript Object Notation) is an data exchange format and which is human-readable data. jQuery provides a metohd called "parseJSON" which takes a well-formed JSON string and returns the resulting JavaScript object. You should also take a look at […]
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GridView and jQuery in ASP.NET

I just love ASP.NET GridView control and with the power of jQuery you can make this control even more effective and user friendly. So here is my list of post related with GridView and jQuery in ASP.NET. Related Post: Download ASP.NET GridView & jQuery Tips and Tricks eBook PDF Formatting Related Formatting ASP.NET GridView using […]
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How to make client side storage using jQuery

Storing value for web apps are quite useful so that it can be used later for some operation. One can store value on server side like using application, session variable in ASP.NET or can also store value on client side. jQuery plugin called lostorage.js uses the HTML5 localStorage and sessionStorage APIs to provide a persistant […]
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How to check password strength using jQuery

Many websites give an indicator of how secure a password is, and require a minimum standard of security. However this is always poorly implemented with rules such as 'must require a number' even if the password is 30 characters long and clearly very secure. Often the only requirement is a minimum number of characters, a […]
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Fix for “IE Select DropDown with Fixed width issue” using jQuery

Today I found another reason to hate IE. I ran into an issue where Select DropDown with Fixed width cuts off the options text (if it is wider than the assigned width) only in IE (Internet Explorer). In this post, I will show you the fix for this problem using JavaScript and jQuery both. Problem […]
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