Archive for August, 2016

Quick Tip: Use jQuery to Clone Objects

There's a really handy .clone() method in jQuery that allows you to copy an HTML element dynamically using a script. This method comes in handy when you want to clone an element after a certain trigger event, like .click() or .hover(). Using the .clone() method is pretty straightforward. Here's what you would need to do […]
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Convert Text Cases Using jQuery

In this post, find jQuery code to convert the input type text to UPPER CASE, lower case, Title case and Pascal Case. The case conversion is done once the focus is out from the input text box. However, you can use keypress event also to show the conversion in real time. Here is the code […]
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How to Disable Right Click Using jQuery

There are many reasons a developer may want to disable right-click on their websites. While it's not always considered a best practice, it's definitely doable and can actually be achieved quite easily. With jQuery it's really simple to disable right-click on your site. All you need to do is add this snippet to your scripts: […]
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