Tag Archives: Jquery

Several Ways Of Making Money From Home

Internet is featured with so many benefits and profits to the people in modern days. The invention of internet brings so many things easier to everyone including communication, working and more amazingly introduced the new ways of earning by sitting at home. There are different organizations which has planned and set different opportunities for the people to start with a ... Read More »

Detecting Ajax Events on the Server

When working with an Ajax-enhanced website, it’s generally a good idea to provide a regular request fallback for any core functionality of the site. When you work to ensure that a fallback is in place, you will be faced with determining when a particular request is an Ajax request or just a normal page request. In most situations, it’s considered ... Read More »

The Year of jQuery UI

Two years ago I made the somewhat immodest claim that 2007 would be the “Year of jQuery.” Since then, jQuery’s popularity has grown in ways that none of the core contributors could have imagined. Now I’m ready to make another bold pronouncement: 2009 will be the year of jQuery UI. Here’s why: Read More »

jQuery Documentation Alternatives

As many of you have discovered by now, jquery.com and its subdomains have been offline intermittently over the past several weeks. On behalf of the jQuery Project Team, I apologize for any inconvenience this has caused. John Resig is aware of the problem and is working with the hosting company to get things resolved as quickly as possible. In the ... Read More »

Introducing of $(document).ready()

This is the first thing to learn about jQuery: If you want an event to work on your page, you should call it inside the $(document).ready() function. Everything inside it will load as soon as the DOM is loaded and before the page contents are loaded. Read More »

Add Jquery Easing to Your Animations

Easing can really bring life to an effect. Easing controls how an animation progresses over time by manipulating its acceleration. jQuery has two built-in easing methods: linear and swing. While they get the job done, they are pretty boring when compared to what’s made available through the jQuery easing plugin. Read More »