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Drag/Drop shopping cart using jQuery
Most of the AJAX introduction sessions give a demonstration of drag/drop features. I've attended an AJAX session 1 year back and wondered.."Will I ever be able to do such an amazing drag/drop cart?" Hehe..thanks to jQuery UI. Drag/drop isn't a magic anymore! Here is a demo of jQuery drag/drop shopping cart. Simply drag the items into the basket and total will be calculated. You may also remove the items from the basket, everything without postback ......

Posted On Wednesday, February 25, 2009 9:28 PM

Drag/Drop shopping cart using jQuery
Most of the AJAX introduction sessions give a demonstration of drag/drop features. I've attended an AJAX session 1 year back and wondered.."Will I ever be able to do such an amazing drag/drop cart?" Hehe..thanks to jQuery UI. Drag/drop isn't a magic anymore! Here is a demo of jQuery drag/drop shopping cart. Simply drag the items into the basket and total will be calculated. You may also remove the items from the basket, everything without postback ......

Posted On Wednesday, February 25, 2009 9:28 PM

Drag/Drop shopping cart using jQuery
Most of the AJAX introduction sessions give a demonstration of drag/drop features. I've attended an AJAX session 1 year back and wondered.."Will I ever be able to do such an amazing drag/drop cart?" Hehe..thanks to jQuery UI. Drag/drop isn't a magic anymore! Here is a demo of jQuery drag/drop shopping cart. Simply drag the items into the basket and total will be calculated. You may also remove the items from the basket, everything without postback ......

Posted On Wednesday, February 25, 2009 9:28 PM

Drag/Drop shopping cart using jQuery
Most of the AJAX introduction sessions give a demonstration of drag/drop features. I've attended an AJAX session 1 year back and wondered.."Will I ever be able to do such an amazing drag/drop cart?" Hehe..thanks to jQuery UI. Drag/drop isn't a magic anymore! Here is a demo of jQuery drag/drop shopping cart. Simply drag the items into the basket and total will be calculated. You may also remove the items from the basket, everything without postback ......

Posted On Wednesday, February 25, 2009 3:28 PM

Drag/Drop shopping cart using jQuery
Most of the AJAX introduction sessions give a demonstration of drag/drop features. I've attended an AJAX session 1 year back and wondered.."Will I ever be able to do such an amazing drag/drop cart?" Hehe..thanks to jQuery UI. Drag/drop isn't a magic anymore! Here is a demo of jQuery drag/drop shopping cart. Simply drag the items into the basket and total will be calculated. You may also remove the items from the basket, everything without postback ......

Posted On Wednesday, February 25, 2009 3:28 PM

Twitter initiated war to kill IE6 !!
All that started with a simple tweet by a Norwegian developer Erlend Schei. He came up with an idea to display an "Upgrade" message on IE6 browsers for his websites and suddenly, all major websites of Norway adopted it, thereby declaring a war on IE6. According to wired.com, even Microsoft is supporting the campaign. Here is a fast spreading code, appearing on the internet, to support the campaign. This conditional code when included in our sites, appears as a message at the top when the site is ......

Posted On Wednesday, February 25, 2009 6:25 AM

Twitter initiated war to kill IE6 !!
All that started with a simple tweet by a Norwegian developer Erlend Schei. He came up with an idea to display an "Upgrade" message on IE6 browsers for his websites and suddenly, all major websites of Norway adopted it, thereby declaring a war on IE6. According to wired.com, even Microsoft is supporting the campaign. Here is a fast spreading code, appearing on the internet, to support the campaign. This conditional code when included in our sites, appears as a message at the top when the site is ......

Posted On Wednesday, February 25, 2009 6:25 AM

Twitter initiated war to kill IE6 !!
All that started with a simple tweet by a Norwegian developer Erlend Schei. He came up with an idea to display an "Upgrade" message on IE6 browsers for his websites and suddenly, all major websites of Norway adopted it, thereby declaring a war on IE6. According to wired.com, even Microsoft is supporting the campaign. Here is a fast spreading code, appearing on the internet, to support the campaign. This conditional code when included in our sites, appears as a message at the top when the site is ......

Posted On Wednesday, February 25, 2009 6:25 AM

Twitter initiated war to kill IE6 !!
All that started with a simple tweet by a Norwegian developer Erlend Schei. He came up with an idea to display an "Upgrade" message on IE6 browsers for his websites and suddenly, all major websites of Norway adopted it, thereby declaring a war on IE6. According to wired.com, even Microsoft is supporting the campaign. Here is a fast spreading code, appearing on the internet, to support the campaign. This conditional code when included in our sites, appears as a message at the top when the site is ......

Posted On Wednesday, February 25, 2009 12:25 AM

Twitter initiated war to kill IE6 !!
All that started with a simple tweet by a Norwegian developer Erlend Schei. He came up with an idea to display an "Upgrade" message on IE6 browsers for his websites and suddenly, all major websites of Norway adopted it, thereby declaring a war on IE6. According to wired.com, even Microsoft is supporting the campaign. Here is a fast spreading code, appearing on the internet, to support the campaign. This conditional code when included in our sites, appears as a message at the top when the site is ......

Posted On Wednesday, February 25, 2009 12:25 AM

ASP.NET AJAX Accordion postback problem, jQuery's solution!!
Hi folks,| I would like to share a bitter experience I faced for one long week and a beautiful solution I found today :) It goes like this: The Requirement: There is a web page contains hundreds of checkboxes, textboxes and dropdowns. All these controls are dynamically built in code behind. On page load all the controls should be disabled and on clicking an "Edit" button, all the controls should be enabled so that user can change the values and save. I need to format the page so that it would be ......

Posted On Friday, February 20, 2009 7:50 PM

ASP.NET AJAX Accordion postback problem, jQuery's solution!!
Hi folks,| I would like to share a bitter experience I faced for one long week and a beautiful solution I found today :) It goes like this: The Requirement: There is a web page contains hundreds of checkboxes, textboxes and dropdowns. All these controls are dynamically built in code behind. On page load all the controls should be disabled and on clicking an "Edit" button, all the controls should be enabled so that user can change the values and save. I need to format the page so that it would be ......

Posted On Friday, February 20, 2009 7:50 PM

ASP.NET AJAX Accordion postback problem, jQuery's solution!!
Hi folks,| I would like to share a bitter experience I faced for one long week and a beautiful solution I found today :) It goes like this: The Requirement: There is a web page contains hundreds of checkboxes, textboxes and dropdowns. All these controls are dynamically built in code behind. On page load all the controls should be disabled and on clicking an "Edit" button, all the controls should be enabled so that user can change the values and save. I need to format the page so that it would be ......

Posted On Friday, February 20, 2009 7:50 PM

ASP.NET AJAX Accordion postback problem, jQuery's solution!!
Hi folks,| I would like to share a bitter experience I faced for one long week and a beautiful solution I found today :) It goes like this: The Requirement: There is a web page contains hundreds of checkboxes, textboxes and dropdowns. All these controls are dynamically built in code behind. On page load all the controls should be disabled and on clicking an "Edit" button, all the controls should be enabled so that user can change the values and save. I need to format the page so that it would be ......

Posted On Friday, February 20, 2009 1:50 PM

ASP.NET AJAX Accordion postback problem, jQuery's solution!!
Hi folks,| I would like to share a bitter experience I faced for one long week and a beautiful solution I found today :) It goes like this: The Requirement: There is a web page contains hundreds of checkboxes, textboxes and dropdowns. All these controls are dynamically built in code behind. On page load all the controls should be disabled and on clicking an "Edit" button, all the controls should be enabled so that user can change the values and save. I need to format the page so that it would be ......

Posted On Friday, February 20, 2009 1:50 PM

Browser compatibility issues? Are you having DOCTYPE in your markup?
The markup i.e., (X)HTML of your web page exists in many versions such as: HTML 4.01 Strict, XHTML 1.0 Transitional, XHTML 1.0 Strict etc. A web browser parses your web page and renders the content based on the version in which your markup exists. This information will be available to the browser though the DOCTYPE declaration. It should be declared before the <html> tag and looks like : <!DOCTYPE html PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD XHTML 1.0 Transitional//EN" "http://www.w3.org/TR/xhtml... ......

Posted On Saturday, February 14, 2009 7:36 PM

Browser compatibility issues? Are you having DOCTYPE in your markup?
The markup i.e., (X)HTML of your web page exists in many versions such as: HTML 4.01 Strict, XHTML 1.0 Transitional, XHTML 1.0 Strict etc. A web browser parses your web page and renders the content based on the version in which your markup exists. This information will be available to the browser though the DOCTYPE declaration. It should be declared before the <html> tag and looks like : <!DOCTYPE html PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD XHTML 1.0 Transitional//EN" "http://www.w3.org/TR/xhtml... ......

Posted On Saturday, February 14, 2009 7:36 PM

Browser compatibility issues? Are you having DOCTYPE in your markup?
The markup i.e., (X)HTML of your web page exists in many versions such as: HTML 4.01 Strict, XHTML 1.0 Transitional, XHTML 1.0 Strict etc. A web browser parses your web page and renders the content based on the version in which your markup exists. This information will be available to the browser though the DOCTYPE declaration. It should be declared before the <html> tag and looks like : <!DOCTYPE html PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD XHTML 1.0 Transitional//EN" "http://www.w3.org/TR/xhtml... ......

Posted On Saturday, February 14, 2009 7:36 PM

Browser compatibility issues? Are you having DOCTYPE in your markup?
The markup i.e., (X)HTML of your web page exists in many versions such as: HTML 4.01 Strict, XHTML 1.0 Transitional, XHTML 1.0 Strict etc. A web browser parses your web page and renders the content based on the version in which your markup exists. This information will be available to the browser though the DOCTYPE declaration. It should be declared before the <html> tag and looks like : <!DOCTYPE html PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD XHTML 1.0 Transitional//EN" "http://www.w3.org/TR/xhtml... ......

Posted On Saturday, February 14, 2009 1:36 PM

Browser compatibility issues? Are you having DOCTYPE in your markup?
The markup i.e., (X)HTML of your web page exists in many versions such as: HTML 4.01 Strict, XHTML 1.0 Transitional, XHTML 1.0 Strict etc. A web browser parses your web page and renders the content based on the version in which your markup exists. This information will be available to the browser though the DOCTYPE declaration. It should be declared before the <html> tag and looks like : <!DOCTYPE html PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD XHTML 1.0 Transitional//EN" "http://www.w3.org/TR/xhtml... ......

Posted On Saturday, February 14, 2009 1:36 PM

Tables Vs Divs...what to chose for better UI?
I was lucky enough in getting a chance to solve certain browser compatibility issues in UI design of a certain web project. The problem is, they are using "div" tags to hold content, but these tags are not styled properly with CSS. As most of the UI designers (who, like me, are addicted to UI Design tools) do, I too suggested using tables to align content. But the customer preferred having divs to tables. Neither of us were wrong in our choice, yet I agreed to work using divs (as it's an area which ......

Posted On Wednesday, February 11, 2009 8:11 PM

Tables Vs Divs...what to chose for better UI?
I was lucky enough in getting a chance to solve certain browser compatibility issues in UI design of a certain web project. The problem is, they are using "div" tags to hold content, but these tags are not styled properly with CSS. As most of the UI designers (who, like me, are addicted to UI Design tools) do, I too suggested using tables to align content. But the customer preferred having divs to tables. Neither of us were wrong in our choice, yet I agreed to work using divs (as it's an area which ......

Posted On Wednesday, February 11, 2009 8:11 PM

Tables Vs Divs...what to chose for better UI?
I was lucky enough in getting a chance to solve certain browser compatibility issues in UI design of a certain web project. The problem is, they are using "div" tags to hold content, but these tags are not styled properly with CSS. As most of the UI designers (who, like me, are addicted to UI Design tools) do, I too suggested using tables to align content. But the customer preferred having divs to tables. Neither of us were wrong in our choice, yet I agreed to work using divs (as it's an area which ......

Posted On Wednesday, February 11, 2009 8:11 PM

Tables Vs Divs...what to chose for better UI?
I was lucky enough in getting a chance to solve certain browser compatibility issues in UI design of a certain web project. The problem is, they are using "div" tags to hold content, but these tags are not styled properly with CSS. As most of the UI designers (who, like me, are addicted to UI Design tools) do, I too suggested using tables to align content. But the customer preferred having divs to tables. Neither of us were wrong in our choice, yet I agreed to work using divs (as it's an area which ......

Posted On Wednesday, February 11, 2009 8:11 PM

Tables Vs Divs...what to chose for better UI?
I was lucky enough in getting a chance to solve certain browser compatibility issues in UI design of a certain web project. The problem is, they are using "div" tags to hold content, but these tags are not styled properly with CSS. As most of the UI designers (who, like me, are addicted to UI Design tools) do, I too suggested using tables to align content. But the customer preferred having divs to tables. Neither of us were wrong in our choice, yet I agreed to work using divs (as it's an area which ......

Posted On Wednesday, February 11, 2009 2:11 PM

Unobtrusive JavaScript with jQuery
Last night my friend Deepak called me from UK(onsite) and asked me how a web application(with javascript) can be made to behave normally even though javascript is disabled in the browser. Though I saw this phrase "Unobtrusive Javascript" many times, I din't bother much about it. What my friend asked was precisely this topic. Nice to find a presentaion on such an important topic. Thanks to Simon Willison for that! You can download it from his blog ......

Posted On Thursday, February 5, 2009 3:36 PM

Unobtrusive JavaScript with jQuery
Last night my friend Deepak called me from UK(onsite) and asked me how a web application(with javascript) can be made to behave normally even though javascript is disabled in the browser. Though I saw this phrase "Unobtrusive Javascript" many times, I din't bother much about it. What my friend asked was precisely this topic. Nice to find a presentaion on such an important topic. Thanks to Simon Willison for that! You can download it from his blog ......

Posted On Thursday, February 5, 2009 3:36 PM

Unobtrusive JavaScript with jQuery
Last night my friend Deepak called me from UK(onsite) and asked me how a web application(with javascript) can be made to behave normally even though javascript is disabled in the browser. Though I saw this phrase "Unobtrusive Javascript" many times, I din't bother much about it. What my friend asked was precisely this topic. Nice to find a presentaion on such an important topic. Thanks to Simon Willison for that! You can download it from his blog ......

Posted On Thursday, February 5, 2009 3:36 PM

Unobtrusive JavaScript with jQuery
Last night my friend Deepak called me from UK(onsite) and asked me how a web application(with javascript) can be made to behave normally even though javascript is disabled in the browser. Though I saw this phrase "Unobtrusive Javascript" many times, I din't bother much about it. What my friend asked was precisely this topic. Nice to find a presentaion on such an important topic. Thanks to Simon Willison for that! You can download it from his blog ......

Posted On Thursday, February 5, 2009 9:36 AM

Speed up your web pages with YSlow!
Caught this beautiful firefox plugin, YSlow on delicious and thought it's worth mentioning here. From Yahoo Developer Network - YSlow analyzes web pages and tells you why they're slow based on the rules for high performance web sites. YSlow is a Firefox add-on integrated with the popular Firebug web development tool. YSlow gives you # Performance report card # List of components in the page # Tools including JSLint # HTTP/HTML summary Dont miss it ......

Posted On Tuesday, February 3, 2009 5:44 PM

Speed up your web pages with YSlow!
Caught this beautiful firefox plugin, YSlow on delicious and thought it's worth mentioning here. From Yahoo Developer Network - YSlow analyzes web pages and tells you why they're slow based on the rules for high performance web sites. YSlow is a Firefox add-on integrated with the popular Firebug web development tool. YSlow gives you # Performance report card # List of components in the page # Tools including JSLint # HTTP/HTML summary Dont miss it ......

Posted On Tuesday, February 3, 2009 5:44 PM

Speed up your web pages with YSlow!
Caught this beautiful firefox plugin, YSlow on delicious and thought it's worth mentioning here. From Yahoo Developer Network - YSlow analyzes web pages and tells you why they're slow based on the rules for high performance web sites. YSlow is a Firefox add-on integrated with the popular Firebug web development tool. YSlow gives you # Performance report card # List of components in the page # Tools including JSLint # HTTP/HTML summary Dont miss it ......

Posted On Tuesday, February 3, 2009 5:44 PM

Speed up your web pages with YSlow!
Caught this beautiful firefox plugin, YSlow on delicious and thought it's worth mentioning here. From Yahoo Developer Network - YSlow analyzes web pages and tells you why they're slow based on the rules for high performance web sites. YSlow is a Firefox add-on integrated with the popular Firebug web development tool. YSlow gives you # Performance report card # List of components in the page # Tools including JSLint # HTTP/HTML summary Dont miss it ......

Posted On Tuesday, February 3, 2009 11:44 AM

Speed up your web pages with YSlow!
Caught this beautiful firefox plugin, YSlow on delicious and thought it's worth mentioning here. From Yahoo Developer Network - YSlow analyzes web pages and tells you why they're slow based on the rules for high performance web sites. YSlow is a Firefox add-on integrated with the popular Firebug web development tool. YSlow gives you # Performance report card # List of components in the page # Tools including JSLint # HTTP/HTML summary Dont miss it ......

Posted On Tuesday, February 3, 2009 11:44 AM

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