Today we will have a look at what tags and attributes have been removed from the HTML5 specification and will no longer validate in conformance checkers.
Sebastian Sulinski on 6th Oct 2011
In this series we will create a lightbox with jQuery called ssdLight. Lightbox allows us to show the large image with the background of the page faded out. Our finished product is called ssdLight and is compatible with all major browsers.
Sebastian Sulinski on 3rd Oct 2011
This tutorial explains how you can connect the default Image button to the PDW File Browser and enjoy the nice features of both plugins. This approach is also suitable for any other Standalone installation of PDW File Browser.
Sebastian Sulinski on 25th Sep 2011
Today we will take a look at how we can create a dependency between the dropdown menus in our form.
Based on the previous selection, the following menu is filled in with relevant data and so on. In order to create it we will use jQuery.getJSON() method and PHP with PDO and MySQL database.
Sebastian Sulinski on 23rd Sep 2011
Today I will give you an overview of a useful ssh commands, that every web developer should be familiar with.
We will have a look at how you can copy files and folders, how you can move them from one location to the other, how you can remove folders and files, how you can change permissions and ownership of the folder and a few more commands that will make your life easier when dealing with your files on the Linux web server.
Sebastian Sulinski on 22nd Sep 2011
Tooltip allows us to show some essential information, which cannot always be displayed directly on the page.
It is a useful feature, and if wisely used - it can enhance the usability of your website.
Today we will have a look how to create a Tooltip with HTML elements such as images, headings and paragraphs using jQuery.
Sebastian Sulinski on 21st Sep 2011
In this short series we will have a look at the very useful functions inside of MySQL database, which allow us to deal with numerical values such as quantities, prices etc. We will have a look at COUNT, SUM, AVG, ROUND, MIN and MAX functions in order to get totals, average, minimum, maximum values and price range from our books table.
Sebastian Sulinski on 19th Sep 2011