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Add Delete Image via jQuery AJAX

August 4, 2016
jQuery image add or delete can be achieved by calling a PHP script via AJAX. In previous tutorial we have seen examples like PHP AJAX image upload and multiple image upload. But in those example we didn’t have delete option. In image add, we call PHP file upload script to upload the chosen image into […]
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Display Text in Vertical Direction using CSS

July 4, 2016
In this tutorial, we are going to see how to display a text in vertical orientation. We use CSS for displaying a floating text in vertical direction. In this example we are having a background image with a transparent vertical tagline to show a text. The floating vertical text will provide a rich and modern […]
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Formatting Date With jQuery Date Picker

June 26, 2016
Using jQuery date-picker we can format a selected date by using dateFormat option. In previous post we have seen how to use jQuery datepicker in a form to select value for a date field. It popup a calendar widget to select date. In this tutorial, we are going to see how to format a date […]
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Dependent Auto Suggest with jQuery

June 14, 2016
Auto suggesting feature for a form field will reduce user’s effort while entering input data. In this post we are going to see how to do auto suggest for a dropdown field depends upon the result of another dropdown. In previous post we have seen how to create dependent dropdown and dropdown with auto suggest, […]
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How to Become a Full Time Freelance PHP Developer and Consultant

June 3, 2016
When someone, simply affluent, could be smart enough in hiring you for the skills and imagination that he probably doesn’t possess, what stops you from being smart for your own good?  Perhaps you would have been waiting for a push. If yes, this is it. Having stuck in an insipid work place with passion and […]
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Responsive Menu with jQuery and CSS

June 2, 2016
Responsive design for our web page is used to make the page to be flexible for various screen sizes. Previously, we have seen about how to create responsive web page using CSS media queries. In this example, we have a header menu component. We are going to make it responsive for two different screen sizes. […]
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Highlighting Keywords in Search Results with PHP

May 31, 2016
Highlighting keywords in search results will help user to identify appropriate results easily. In previous tutorial we have seen advanced search in PHP. In this example we are highlighting multiple keywords in search results. We are searching database title and description to check if the keyword is occurred. If match found we highlight those keywords […]
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Advanced Search using PHP

May 30, 2016
In PHP advance search we have many options to filter MySQL data. Using these options we are creating database query condition to make advanced search. In previous tutorial we have seen simple PHP search to filter MySQL records which has only one field to enter search keyword. In advanced search form, we have inputs to […]
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jQuery Fade Out Message after Form Submit

April 17, 2016
After jQuery AJAX form submit, we have to respond the user with a fade-in fade-out message. We have already seen about the jQuery fading effects on the mouse over event of HTML image elements. We have an example with a HTML form containing two required fields. The AJAX code validates the form and send its […]
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Change Theme using jQuery Split Button

April 4, 2016
In this post we are going to see how to change theme color using jQuery. We have an example with a split button having two parts. One is for default theme and the other is to browse more themes. In this example we have three themes Mercury, Sky, Gold and separate CSS files for these […]
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Switch CSS Class Using jQuery

March 24, 2016
In this post we are going to switch the CSS class using jQuery. In previous post we have seen how to switch CSS file based on the screen size to make page responsive. We have an example showing an image icon which is smaller on page load. And then we are switching the class attribute […]
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PHP Forgot Password Recover Code

March 23, 2016
In this post we are going to see an example to learn how to recover the forgot password. In this example we have an forgot password form to get user name or email to recover password. After form submit, we are sending password recovery email to user. The Password recover email has a link to […]
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PHP Login Script with Remember Me

March 23, 2016
In a login script, remember me feature is used to preserve the loginname and password entered by the user. And it can be populated in the login form at the time of login. It minimizes the user effort by preventing to enter login details for each time. Some days before, we have seen PHP login […]
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Switch CSS Based on Window Size using jQuery

March 17, 2016
Here we are going to see an example to switch CSS file dynamically based on the window size. In this example code we are having two CSS files. One is for web and the other is for mobile viewport. We are having a jQuery function to switch CSS based on window size. This function will […]
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Equal Height Columns with jQuery

March 16, 2016
In a multi column template, the columns height is based on the content length. If the content lengths are varied then the columns will not be even and will not have a good look and feel. We can do this dynamically to equate the column heights. We have an example with a two-column template. These […]
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