As I continue to learn jQuery, I think it's important that I begin by porting over scripts I've created using MooTools. One of those scripts is my Color Palette Generator script, which debuted on Eric Wendelin's blog. For those of you that missed it, my script analyzes all of the colors on the page (minus images) and builds a palette of colors. Here it is in some jQuery goodness.
This post shows how to populate a select box based on the value of the another, by getting JSON data with jQuery from a PHP script that gets the data from a MySQL database.
In this post, I’ll show you how easy it is to show expandable and collapsible toggle panel using jQuery. When you click on the heading, the content gets displayed by sliding and when you again click on the heading again, it gets collapsed.
Today, I’m going to show you something interesting with jQuery. Yesterday I was thinking something to post something programming related stuff in blog after long time and I came across a website, whose menu impressed me a lot. But checking it in a while, I found it it was built using mootools.
I think you guyz must be aware of absolute path and relative path in PHP. If you do not know anything about it then let me explain you about absolute path and relative path in the server with the example using include() function of PHP. You can see the example below, I’ve included the same files in PHP but the same file is included in two different manner.