Archive for February, 2017

How to Use jQuery’s .delay() Method

jQuery's .delay() method is one that can be used, probably quite obviously, to delay code from being executed. In particular, it can be used to make certain actions or animations last longer because the code is delayed. As a developer, there are a bunch of different reasons that you might want to use a delay. […]
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How to Use JavaScript to Detect Devices

The great thing about JavaScript is how it enables you to dynamically make changes to your code based on certain events or conditions. One such condition that might cause you to want to make changes to  your code (or at least some slight modifications) is which type of device is being used to view your […]
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6 Unique jQuery Plugins for Background Effects

Ever feel like the backgrounds of your web pages always end up being just a little bit boring? As a web developer, it can be hard to determine how to add some life into your backgrounds, and it can also be time consuming to write your own code to do so. If you're looking for […]
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How to Find the Coordinates of Your Mouse Position

Did you know you can use jQuery to find the coordinates of your cursor? It only takes a few lines of code to get the x and y coordinates of where the mouse is positioned on a page. With these coordinates, you can execute other functions and lines of code based on where the cursor […]
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Handy jQuery Code Snippets for Textboxes

Code snippets are great time savers as these are essentially just reusable pieces of code. Implementing client side validations can be done using jQuery, as well as some other basic tasks like clearing value or enabling and disabling textboxes. This post provides a list of useful jQuery code snippets for handling textbox related tasks with […]
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How to Refresh One Section of a Page

There are plenty of times where you might want to refresh only part of your page's content, leaving the static content to be, well, static, and refreshed at the user's discretion. Reloading an entire page on a user can be jarring, confusing, and doesn't make for a great user experience. However, if your page features timely […]
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