Last Updated on Tuesday, 23 April 2013 03:52 Written by David Bauernschmidt Thursday, 25 April 2013 12:00
Even with the validation built into html5 there always seems to be the need for something very unique. For example, if you need to make sure that First Name and Last Name are filled, or you need to make sure a particular user does not exist before continuing then you will come to realize that the jquery validator is a very good compliment if not still the choice of validation requirements. I have always loved this validator and still make it an almost automatic load on every web form that requires user input. I was surprised to see that I had a problem using the validator with jquery 1.9. After searching the internet for the error message I was receiving:Learn More
Last Updated on Saturday, 23 February 2013 01:37 Written by Richi González Monday, 25 February 2013 12:00
When working with a website, I always try to make things the most automated I can so that I don’t need to be editing them often, that’s why here I present you a function I created that is used to return the years for the copyright notice, for example. It will print the year since the website started and the current year. Keep reading to see what I’m talking about!
1. Copy paste the following function to your functions file or, if you don’t have one, to the top of your PHP file.Learn More
Last Updated on Wednesday, 9 January 2013 12:00 Written by Richi González Wednesday, 9 January 2013 12:00
When I’m creating a website, I try to make it load as fast as possible. I have read lots of techniques on how to achieve this, and the one that is effortless and free to make it, is having JS code run after the DOM is ready.
1. Open the file where your JS code resides. For this article, I will have the following code between my <head> tags:Learn More
Last Updated on Sunday, 9 December 2012 10:29 Written by Nic Bug Sunday, 9 December 2012 12:00
One of my clients needed a convenient solution to apply collapsible content. So came up with a neat idea. You can see it in action here.
It is very easy to implement.
Last Updated on Tuesday, 29 May 2012 01:35 Written by Nic Bug Monday, 11 June 2012 12:00
In Part 1 we have learned how to assign multiple keywords (tags) to entries of CGBlog Module. Now I want to show you how to retrieve these tags in order to make them visible and clickable in the frontend and browse our entries by them.
We need a new “Summary Template” in CGBlog Module. Call it as you want like “Tag-Summary” and insert the following code (major code is just copied from sample):Learn More
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