Archive for December, 2012

jQuery code to check if all textboxes are empty

Find jQuery code to check if all the input type 'text' element or textboxes are empty or not. This is quite useful for validation. This jQuery code loops through all the textboxes and check their value. If value is empty then it adds a red color border to let user know that this field is […]
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Most Popular jQuery article of year 2012

What a great year 2012 has been. And now 2012 is about to end and 2013 approaching fast, I wish you a very happy and prosperous New Year 2013 in advance. Let me also take this opportunity to say "Thank You" to every one who has visited this blog, subscribed to our , liked us […]
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jQuery code to fetch thumbnail of youtube video

In this post, find jQuery code to fetch thumbnail of youtube video. This is very helpful when you are embedding any youtube video to your webpage. Youtube provides an API which can be used to fetch the thumbnail image of the video and not lot of people are aware about this. For the demo purpose, […]
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50+ Most Popular and Useful jQuery Plugins from 2012

What a great year 2012 has been for jQuery developers, lovers and community. We have seen releases of many new jQuery plugins and I tried my best to keep you updated about the new plugin release. As we come to end of year so I thought of sharing most popular, different, ground-breaking and of course […]
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jQuery code to get dropdown values in comma separated list

Yesterday I needed to get all the dropdown values and create a comma separated list. One way to iterate through all dropdown elements and create string. But I found there is another way to achieve this. Use jQuery $.map() which applies a function to each item in an array or object and maps the results […]
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jQuery: Show Password without any plugin

When you search "jquery show password" in Google, the first few search results in the list, will be having a jQuery Plugin to toogle password's visibility using checkbox. Plugins are useful but I don't think that a jQuery plugin is required for this. This is easy to achieve with simple jQuery code. In this post, […]
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