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Common utility methods of jQuery

jQuery provides several inbuilt utility methods. These utility methods uses $.namespace and they are very useful and handy for your routine programming tasks. I have put together some common jQuery Utility methods to make your programming routine easy and can save your valuable time. $.isArray(Object): Returns true if the object is an array. //Code Starts […]
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jQuery is() method explained

jQuery ".is()" is a filtering method which can be used to check the current element or set of element against a selector, elements, a jquery object or a function. It return true if there is at least one match from the given argument. Let me put this in simple term with an example. Suppose you […]
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jQuery.isNumeric in jQuery 1.7

As mentioned in my previous post that jQuery 1.7 is released and ready to use. With jQuery 1.7, a new function is introduced which is called "isNumeric()". This is a very handy and small utility introduced in 1.7.As the name of the function clearly suggest that it checks whether the passed value is numeric or […]
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Determine which key was pressed using jQuery

I had a requirement where I need to check which key was pressed by the User in the textbox and then take various action. So below is simple jQuery code to determine or find out which key was pressed. We are using keypress() event of jQuery to detect which key was pressed. <input type='text' id='txtValue' […]
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How to Zoom image on mouseover using jQuery

I had already posted about Zoom an image using jQuery but that is on click event of the button. One of my reader asked me how to zoom an image with out a click, simply when mouse is on image. This is not a tough task to do. jQuery provides 2 events mouseover() and mouseout() […]
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Difference between jQuery text() and html() functions

jQuery provides 2 functions text() and html() and when to use text() function and when to use html() function is quite confusing as both the functions are different and serve different purpose. .html() - This jQuery function gets/sets the HTML of any element. .text()- This jQuery function gets/sets the text (innertext) of any element. Let's […]
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