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PickMeUp – jQuery datepicker plugin

PickMeUp – jQuery datepicker plugin Really simple, powerful and customizable datepicker. Plugin created by – Nazar Mokrynskyi . Based on DatePicker by Stefan Petre. Browser support: – IE 10+ – Opera 12.1+ – Latest versions of Firefox and Chrome   Was this information useful? What other tips would you like to read about in the future? Share your comments, feedback [...]

jQuery Vector Map

This project is a heavily modified version of jVectorMap. I chose to start fresh rather than fork their project as my intentions were to take it in such a different direction that it would become incompatibale with the original source, rendering it near impossible to merge our projects together without extreme complications.     All code in this Github Repository [...]

15 Free Ajax and JavaScript Code for Web Designers

Recently Ajax has becoming very popular because Ajax has a great dynamic potentiality in web scripting, but most designers seem – it’s a difficult one! Perhaps they aren’t using Ajax technology to its full potential !! Most of the developer and designers are using their codes over and over and sometimes they have not feel the need to introduce with [...]

50 Popular javascript techniques and plugins

I am regularly collecting useful JavaScript and jQuery snippets, libraries, articles, tools and resources and present them in compact round-ups here, on coolajax This time we are again covering some useful JavaScript and jQuery techniques, plug-ins and tools that may help you improve the user experience for your site. – Improving Search Boxes with jQuery This time we will learn [...]

Nice JavaScript Techniques Using for awesome CSS Styling

Content is king we knew that very well. Bloggers who love to create new contents must be concern about their presentation styles. Whatever content we have, if we can present them in an interactive & more responsive ways then it brings much more meaning. We can do this very easily with CSS styling and short JavaScript only. In this post [...]

Alert Method In Javascript

We can send output to the browser by using the alert() method. The alert() method creates a little independent box—called a dialog box—which contains a small triangle with an exclamation point. A user-customized message is placed after the triangle, and beneath it, an OK button. When the dialog box pops up, all execution is stopped until the user presses the [...]