Published: Sat, 22 Oct 2016 11:29:56 +0000
2016-10-22T11:29:56ZUse this quiz-maker script to write an analysis quiz with valued answers for your website.
2016-10-22T11:29:56ZHow difficult something is to learn depends on what you already know and how similar the new thing is to what you know.
2016-10-22T11:29:56ZThis script allows you to display horizontal marquees of continuous scrolling images without a break except when the mouse is moved over them.
2016-10-22T11:29:56ZHere are simple code additions you can use to insert a print button or a print link to your web page, and define what content will be printed.
2016-10-22T11:29:56ZConceal your email addressfrom spam spiders.
2016-10-22T11:29:56ZWhen should you use GET and when should you use POST with Ajax.
2016-10-22T11:29:56ZWhen should you use asynchronous Ajax calls and when should you use synchronous.
2016-10-22T11:29:56ZEverything you need to know about radio button creation, including grouping buttons, associating text with each button and validating user selections.
2016-10-22T11:29:56ZConvert your pre-prepared forum entries between text, HTML, and bbCode with this script.
2016-10-22T11:29:56ZA function is more versatile than just running the same code each time because you can substitute different values into rach run as well.
2016-10-22T11:29:56ZHow to create and use Google Maps.
2016-10-22T11:29:56ZProvides a countdown to a given date and time.
2016-10-22T11:29:56ZCreate your own secure passwords that meet certain length and content requirements.
2016-10-22T11:29:56ZHow to 'sort' an array in random order.
2016-10-22T11:29:56ZHow to make a window maintain the focus in those browsers that support it.
2016-10-22T11:29:56ZBlock onbeforeunload to stop web pages using exit blockers.
2016-10-22T11:29:56ZHow to attach onload processing to a page without adding it to the body tag.
2016-10-22T11:29:56ZHow to determine which site your visitor was last on.
2016-10-22T11:29:56ZBr having your function return an object you can pass back as much information as you like by giving the object multiple properties.
2016-10-22T11:29:56ZWeb browsers distinguish between three different types of cookies. These types are session cookies, first party cookies, and third party cookies.
2016-10-22T11:29:56ZNode properties don't just include pointers to the immediately adjacent sibling nodes, there is also a pointer to the parent node (the tag within which the current element or text is contained).
2016-10-22T11:29:56ZFor those new to programming the difference between ++i and i++ is not obvious. Here's a simple example to explain the difference.
2016-10-22T11:29:56ZWhat is the difference between setTimeout and setInterval?
2016-10-22T11:29:56ZEasy tests to determine if pre-built scripts have been properly tested by their author
2016-10-22T11:29:56ZHow to pass parameters between pages using query strings.
2016-10-22T11:29:56ZHTML collapsible div menus save space on the web page. The content heavy page becomes “decluttered” which improves its aesthetic and functionality.
2016-10-22T11:29:56ZTutorials on how to use AJAX
2016-10-22T11:29:56ZThe property allowing us to access the nodes contained within the current node is actually a nodelist since a node can of course contain more than one node.
2016-10-22T11:29:56ZUsing responseText and responseXML determines if the server responses in AJAX are in XML or plain text. The field in which the response is returned depends upon what format is being used.