Archive for April, 2013

jQuery to display/load images received from JSON file

Today, I needed to display images received from a JSON file. The JSON file has only the path of the images. So in this post, find jQuery code to display or load images received from JSON file. Related Post: How to Read and Parse JSON using jQuery jQuery- Parse JSON, XML and HTML Read and […]
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Restrict Date Range in jQuery UI DatePicker for two dates

In this post, you will learn how to implement validation to "Restrict Date Range in jQuery UI DatePicker" or "End Date should be greater than Start Date by few days using jQuery Date Picker". When I say few days, which means end date must be at least StartDate + 4 or StartDate + 2.. The […]
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Disable odd checkbox of Checkbox list using jQuery

In this post, find jQuery code to disable all the odd checkboxes in Checkbox list. When I say "odd" means checkebox placed at odd index. This can be done easily via ":odd " selector. But there is an interesting thing here. Take a look at below image. Now as per this image the odd checkboxes […]
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Delay jQuery animation by few seconds

I got into a situation where I needed to start the animation after 2 seconds once the mouse is on the image. In other words, need to delay the animation for 2 seconds on mouseover event. So in this post I am sharing the jQuery solution to delay the animation by few seconds. Related Post: […]
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jQuery to limit number of checkboxes checked by User

Many time we need to limit the selection of checkboxes users can select or in other words users are not allowed to select more than a number of checkbox to give their choice. For example, out of all client side script language, user can select maximum three where he is best. Related Post: Check if […]
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Difference between $(‘div’) and $(‘

One of my colleague who is learning jQuery asked me what is the difference between $('div') and $('<div/>') , if used as selector. To explain more, take a look at below code. $('<div/>').addClass('test'); $('div').addClass('test'); It is indeed quite confusing for someone who just started learning jQuery. So I went ahead and explained him about how […]
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