Archive for July, 2013

Latest jQuery Plugins released in July 2013

Today post is round up of latest jQuery plugins released in July 2013. These plugins are fresh, interesting, simple and lightweight. You may find them useful for your next project!!! Related Post: Cool jQuery Plugins of June 2013 Cool jQuery Plugins of May 2013 50+ Most Popular and Useful jQuery Plugins from 2012 S GALLERY […]
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ASP.NET GridView + jQuery Tips and Tricks

Find ASP.NET GridView and jQuery tips and tricks which can make this control more effective and user friendly. These tips and tricks will help to make this control look more elegant and also allows you to do searching and filtering on client side using jQuery. Related Post: Download ASP.NET GridView & jQuery Tips and Tricks […]
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jQuery Cheatsheet from version 1.0 to 1.9

Cheatsheets are quite handy and useful. And found a website where you can find the jQuery cheatsheets from 1.0 to 1.9. And one interesting thing about these cheatsheets is that it shows what was added in new version or what was removed. Visit Website Feel free to contact me for any help related to jQuery, […]
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Difference Between jQuery().each() and jQuery.each()

jQuery has 2 different methods jQuery().each() (Also written as "$.each()") and jQuery.each(). Both the methods are similar in nature used for iteration or looping but the differ only at the level where they are used. jQuery.each(): is used to iterate, exclusively, over a jQuery object. When called it iterates over the DOM elements that are […]
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jQuery: Restrict occurrence of specific word in textbox

Below jQuery code allows to restrict user to enter any specific word only once in textbox. For demo, I have used "article" word and it should occur only once in textbox. The code also makes case insensitive search. $(document).ready(function () { $('#txtDesc').bind('keyup', function () { var txtToMatch = /article/gi; var iLimit = 1; var sMatch […]
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Detect Scroll Position (Up/Down) using jQuery

Below jQuery code detects whether user is scrolling up or down in the webpage. var iScrollPos = 0; $(window).scroll(function () { var iCurScrollPos = $(this).scrollTop(); if (iCurScrollPos > iScrollPos) { //Scrolling Down } else { //Scrolling Up } iScrollPos = iCurScrollPos; }); Live Demo Feel free to contact me for any help related to jQuery, […]
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