Tag Archives: jQuery

o3ProtectedInput.js — JQuery Plugin to Protect Inputs

Today we are releasing a JQuery plugin we have written under an open source license (MIT). It is a small plugin that makes an input harder to edit. Although this may seem counter productive, it is acctually quite useful for … Continue reading

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Jquery Validation Plugin with multiple forms

I love using the Jquery Validation plugin on my html forms. It makes frontend validation very easy and painless. However, today I noticed a strange problem, when I was pressing the submit button on a form, it was requiring fields … Continue reading

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o3EnlargeBox 1.1.0 Released

The newest version of o3EnlargeBox was just released. There are some nice new features such as instance methods that re-size and reposition the box when its content changes. Click here for more information about o3EnlargeBox.

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AjaxForm and Validation Plugins for Jquery

Two of my favorite jQuery plugins are the AjaxForm and the Validation plugins. The AjaxForm plugin allows you to very easily convert a normal html form into an ajax form while the validation plugin offers easy javascript side validation of … Continue reading

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jQuery plugin: o3EnlargeBox – display images or other content in-page

Version 1.1.1 requires: jQuery 1.4.x or later author: Donald Van Raalte copyright: 2011, Ozone Solutions, Inc. licensed under: MIT License released: September 27, 2011 (1.1.0 – September 12, 2011) Introduction This plugin allows you to display any DOM element on … Continue reading

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jQuery .fadeIn + window.setInterval = A Bad Combination

jQuery’s .fadeIn and .fadeOut methods don’t fire when the window is out of focus. Instead, they wait until the user returns to the window / tab and then fire. This fact caused me a problem when I was working on … Continue reading

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