Dynamically create form in javascript on fly

To create a form dynamically using JavaScript on fly of the webpage. This which helps to create form and input controls dynamically. [javascript] /* To create form with javascript */ var form = document.createElement("form"); form.setAttribute(‘method’,"post"); // form method form.setAttribute(‘action’,"test.php"); // form action url form.setAttribute(‘name’,"frmName"); // form name form.setAttribute(‘id’,"frmId"); // form ID form.setAttribute(‘target’,"_blank"); // form target …

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Turn off resize textarea

It is very easy to turn off the users ability to resize the textarea. To turn off this feature, use the following css code. This is used to remove the users ability to resize the textarea. [css] textarea{resize: none} [/css] The two properties that can be used are max-width and max-height. This will give the …

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Enable .htaccess in Apache2

At first You should define,  mod_rewrite is a part of Apache server that can rewrite requested urls on the fly. To enable in Ubuntu, you just need to write this command in terminal sudo a2enmod rewrite Then edit /etc/apache2/sites-available/default Find the following Options Indexes FollowSymLinks MultiViews AllowOverride None Order allow,deny allow from all and change …

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SlideShow using jQuery

Creating Image Slide Show using jQuery: In the code below you will see a surrounding div (id slideshow-area) which holds our slideshow content scroll area and our next and previous buttons. Inside our scroll area we have a div to hold the content and finally the content itself. As far as html goes this is …

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Quoting HTML attribute values

The values of attributes can contain text, hexadecimal color codes or numbers. In case of JavaScript event handlers, the values consist of small JavaScript code. A sincere advice for good and clean HTML coding is to always put quotes around attribute values. It is a good habit, will save you many headaches and avoid errors …

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HTML mailto attribute

The HTML mailto is a quick way to add the facility of receiving feedback from visitor on the web site. when the visitor clicked the HTML mailto, It lanuches their email program with new email window. Note: HTML mailto assumes that the visitor has configured an email client (Outlook Express, Netscape Messenger, Thunderbird or any …

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Refresh / Redirection

When you need your web page automatic refresh in 5 second or any second, use this meta tag.  It’s a simple code, put it between HEAD tag in your web page. This script easy but powerful. <HEAD> <meta http-equiv=’refresh’ content=’2;url=’file_name or URL’> </HEAD> // content = time (second) // file_name = name of file you …

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