3 Useful jQuery Snippets for Handling Table Data

Do you want the ability to be able to dynamically edit and manage your tables? With jQuery, it's pretty easy to get data and change table elements dynamically using only a few lines of code. The snippets below will show you how to add a new row to your table, how to retrieve all values […]
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How to Implement Automatic Scrolling with jQuery

Automatic scrolling is a feature that causes a web page to scroll down automatically at a predetermined and configurable rate. This is quite a useful feature for websites that contain long articles, posts or some other lengthy web content. This feature saves users from having to scroll the page using their mouse or keyboard. In […]
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Different Methods of Error Handling in jQuery

Errors are part and parcel for code. That being said, they can certainly result in a very bad user experience, especially if errors are not handled properly. Every code becomes perfect or bug free after a couple rounds of testing and fixing errors. Client side errors are difficult to handle, as most of the time […]
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How to Use JavaScript to Detect Devices

The great thing about JavaScript is how it enables you to dynamically make changes to your code based on certain events or conditions. One such condition that might cause you to want to make changes to  your code (or at least some slight modifications) is which type of device is being used to view your […]
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6 Unique jQuery Plugins for Background Effects

Ever feel like the backgrounds of your web pages always end up being just a little bit boring? As a web developer, it can be hard to determine how to add some life into your backgrounds, and it can also be time consuming to write your own code to do so. If you're looking for […]
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How to Find the Coordinates of Your Mouse Position

Did you know you can use jQuery to find the coordinates of your cursor? It only takes a few lines of code to get the x and y coordinates of where the mouse is positioned on a page. With these coordinates, you can execute other functions and lines of code based on where the cursor […]
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