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AJAX Edit-in-Place Tutorial
AJAX Edit-in-Place Tutorial
See how to write a cool ajax edit-in-place content functionality using prototype ajax library.
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Ajax Rotating Includes script
Ajax Rotating Includes script
This script lets you input a list of external pages for the script to choose and selectively include one onto the current page, using Ajax. You can choose to display a different file for each day of the week, month, or randomly.
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Introductory Guide to Regular Expressions
Introductory Guide to Regular Expressions
Comprehensive tutorial on Regular Expressions written in a gentle, easy to follow style.
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Beginning Document Object Model Manipulation Part 3
Beginning Document Object Model Manipulation Part 3
The third and final part to starting to manipulate the Document Object Model with Javascript. This covers using the innerHTML property, creating nodes (createElement, createTextNode, appendChild, and insertBefore), and deleting nodes (removeChild).
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Javascript Disable Right Click
Javascript Disable Right Click
If you have quality content on your webpage and want to prevent people stealing your resources, you can add this script to disable the right-mouse click.
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Confirming Forms with JavaScript
Confirming Forms with JavaScript
This tutorial shows you how to perform form-field validation and user interaction with a few lines of JavaScript.
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Events in JavaScript: An Inside Look
Events in JavaScript: An Inside Look
Events are the glue which hold together the word inter-active. In learning to control and handle events you bridge the gap between a two-dimensional web page and a three-dimensional one. In this article we look closely at events, what they are, how to handle them with JavaScript, and how they differ -- in some cases significantly -- between the fourth generation versions of Netscape Navigator and Microsoft Internet Explorer.
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Introduction to the TreeWalker object of DOM
Introduction to the TreeWalker object of DOM
The TreeWalker object is a powerful DOM2 object that lets you easily filter through and create custom collections out of nodes in the document. This is a comprehensive tutorial on how to utilize this object.
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Generating a random number in JavaScript
Generating a random number in JavaScript
A random number is useful- if not required- in the creation of many popular JS applications, such as a dice, random image script, or random link generator. Learn how to generate a random number in JavaScript.
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So, You Want To Open A Window, Huh?
So, You Want To Open A Window, Huh?
This tutorial illustrates a rundown of the many ways to get new windows to pop up when viewers roll into your site.
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Image Map Drop Down Menus
Image Map Drop Down Menus
Image Map Drop Down Menus (IE4+) & (NN4+) Use the following DHTML script to give a neat navigation for your site without much code involved. It is easy to integrate and modify for an amateur designer, however you need to have some knowledge of HTML.
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Andy's Introduction to JavaScript
Andy's Introduction to JavaScript
This is an introductory, easy to follow tutorials on JavaScript. It also includes several advanced JavaScripts such as JavaScript live clock, Image flip, and Drop down menu box.
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Rotating regular HTML content using DHTML
Rotating regular HTML content using DHTML
See how to rotate regular HTML content on your page using JavaScript and DHTML.
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JK JavaScript Reference
JK JavaScript Reference
Comprehensive listing of JavaScript objects, properties, and methods. Also includes explanations and examples.
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Display content dynamically with AJAX
Display content dynamically with AJAX
Shows you how to design a commenting system where visitors of your website can leave a comment on a news post. The form for submitting a comment should only be visible when a “post comment button” is clicked. The comment form should be displayed without reloading the web page.
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