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Monthly Archives: November 2008

5 Tips for Better jQuery Code

#1: Use data method instead of storing data inside the DOM. #2: Take advantage of jQuery’s built-in custom selectors. #3: If you are Manipulating the DOM a lot, use livequery. #4: Use jQuery form plugin to submit files via Ajax. … Continue reading

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jQuery Javascript Tutorial: Check All / Uncheck All Checkboxes

This is using jQuery’s toggle() function. First you have to include jquery.js in the head of your html. (duh) <script language="javascript" src="js/jquery.js"></script> Then in your body, you will probably have something like this: <img id="checkallboxes" src="img/check_all_boxes.gif" alt="" /> <input id="target_item[]" … Continue reading

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Taking a break. Playing Diablo 2 ;-)

There will be fewer posts for a few weeks. I am taking a break from all the side-projects — both pet projects and paid ones. I’ll be doing things one at a time within the next few weeks. My sorceress … Continue reading

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Zend Framework 1.7.0 Released!

A lot of additions. Including something from jQuery (the Javascript framework that saves lives). Here is a quote from Zend’s official statement. Zend Framework 1.7.0 is now available from the Zend Framework download site: http://framework.zend.com/download/latest This release introduces many new … Continue reading

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XP-Dev: Assembla’s Alternative (Free Subversion Hosting)

If you looking for an Assembla alternative, you can use XP-Dev. They offer free subversion hosting. The best part is that they also allow you to host commercial code. I have emailed the owner directly regarding concerns about how he … Continue reading

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