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Facebook has this nice little chat box that doesn’t take up much space, and people can instantly interact with their friends, it is a cool feature to have in any website. Let’s get inspired and create an Shout Box which will look similar to Facebook chat box.
Voting system can be important part of any website, especially if you want to keep track of user ratings. Let’s create a cookie based voting system, similar to YouTube like & dislike buttons (Thumbs up & Thumbs down), which can be applied to any content.
Live username checking (whether username exist or not) has become really useful part of registration system. I guess, standard registration is a huge turn-off for everyone, because users not only have to reload the entire page again and again, but fields like password etc also need to be re-entered every-time. In this article, let’s find-out we can check username availability easily using Ajax and PHP.
Few months back someone sent me email asking me to write tutorial to get Facebook ID of any user using their profile URL. I don’t know why he wanted the script so bad, but he will surely be amazed how dead simple this is.
You may have read my previous articles about Facebook, Google and Twitter login. This time let’s create a Microsoft Live Connect Sign-in system for your website. The process is very similar to previous login methods, we will be using Microsoft REST API to access user info programmatically.
You might have seen the implementation of Ajax based data loading technique at Facebook, Twitter or some other sites. Instead of showing pagination links, why not let users load data dynamically on a button click. In this article we’ll try to adopt the technique to make similar loading page for our projects using jQuery.