Archive for August, 2013

Create Multiple jQuery Mobile Pages and Link them – Part 2

In my previous post about Writing your first jQuery Mobile app - Part 1, I have explained about creating single page, changing themes and creating navigation button. And in this post, we will see more about pages, creating single page template and multiple page template. What are "Pages"? A Page in jQuery Mobile is nothing […]
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Writing your first jQuery Mobile app – Part 1

This is the first part of jQuery Mobile Series. And in this post, You will learn a guide to start with jQuery Mobile and making your first application using jQuery Mobile. This post mainly focus on basics of jQuery mobile and provide a path to start with jQuery Mobile. Before we begin, its important to […]
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This post has been a long time in coming, and I'm sure it comes as no surprise to anyone who has been to the site in the past year and a half. But it's time to make it official: the Learning jQuery blog has come to an end. I started this blog seven years ago […]
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jQuery stylish CSS3 image zoomer

Earlier I had posted about 5 Awesome jQuery Plugin to Create Zoom effects, How to Zoom image on mouseover using jQuery and Add magnifying glass to images using jQuery. In this quick post, I am sharing you a jQuery plugin which uses CSS3 to create stylish image zoomer. SKDZoom - A jQuery stylish CSS3 image […]
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jQuery – Page Redirect after X seconds wait

You must have come across any website which uses a webpage with some annoying advertisement and a message that says "You will be redirected to actual page after X seconds". This can be easily implemented with jQuery. In this post, find jQuery code to redirect user to another webpage after specific time interval or few […]
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Take webpage screenshot using HTML5 and jQuery

In this post, you will find various solutions and ideas about how to take or capture webpage screenshot using HTML5 Canvas, jQuery and Javascript. This is quite useful feature as you can allow their end users to report about any errors, feedback or suggestion with webpage screenshot. I had previously posted about other HTML5 related […]
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