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If you are looking to add and remove duplicate input fields, here’s another jQuery example below to do the task for you. This jQuery snippet adds duplicate input fields dynamically and stops when it reaches maximum.
Sometimes we may want to restrict user from entering more than one URL or prevent entering same words in text input box, with jQuery it is very simple and this snippet below can come in handy in one of those situations.
I assume you are using Facebook PHP SDK in your project, if you need to check multiple permissions granted by the user using PHP, try following method. We will break string into an array, and then check for the permissions already granted by the user.
Cloud computing, I hope most of you would have been familiar with this term today. It is the latest sensation to join the hit lists in the market. For those who are completely new to this term, here goes the definition: it is a virtual network of servers acting remotely on the internet which allows you to store, manage, and process data effectively.
Sometimes you might want to allocate total number of characters user may enter in a text box, and you also want to display remaining characters count as user type in the text, and how about preventing user from typing further after the character limit has reached? It sounds really daunting but believe me it is very simple and fun with jQuery.
If you have very long pages like Wikipedia, you might want to organize your paragraphs with some sort of stylish scrolling Table of Contents (TOC). In this article we will create a nice little Table of Contents with bit of jQuery and CSS3. Div element stays fixed on the left or right side of the page for easy navigation of the page, it can be expended and collapsed easily by a reader.