Archive for December, 2016

Using jQuery to Check All Boxes

If you want to include a "check all" option in any of your projects, it's actually pretty easy to do using jQuery. The snippet below demonstrates how to include a check all button that will check all of the inputs that fall within one fieldset tag. To start, make sure your HTML looks something like […]

5 Awesome Free jQuery Calendars for Your Next Project

There are so many free jQuery calendar projects out there that it can definitely be overwhelming when it comes to choosing one to include in your next project, which is why we've compiled this handy list of hand-picked FREE and lightweight jQuery calendar plugins. Each plugin on this list is easy to install, user-friendly, and […]

jQuery Snippet: Enable Submit if Input Field has Value

A cool thing that jQuery allows you to do is enable and disable certain elements based on particular conditions. The following snippet shows you how to enable a submit button that has been disabled if text has been entered into an input field. If the input field has a value, then the form can be […]

jQuery.parseJSON vs JSON.parse

JSON.parse() and jQuery.parseJSON(), both are used to parse a JSON string and returns resulting JavaScript value or object described by the string. jQuery.parseJSON() is available only when jQuery library is used where JSON.parse() is JavaScript's standard built-in JSON object method. So the question is if jQuery library is used, then which one should be used […]