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jQuery: Set the width of an element in percent
I would like to change the width of some elements with jQuery. The information should be provided in percent, so I would like to...
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jQuery: Check if an element is invisible
Using the functions .hide(), .show(), and .toggle(), I can easily change the visibility of items with jQuery. But how can ...
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jQuery: Show and hide elements
In this tutorial, I'd like to show you how to make a visible HTML element disappear or make an invisible one visible again...
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jQuery: Show a DIV - Hide other DIVs
Some time ago I have written a tutorial in which I described ...
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jQuery: Set event.preventDefault within GET or POST Request
I have a submit form on my page which only should be submitted if a specific condition is met. The problem is that thi...
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jQuery: Send HTML5 Canvas to Server via Ajax
In this tutorial, I want to show you how to send an HTML5 canvas via Ajax to a PHP script on your server in order to receive...
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NetLabel: You can also directly address the CSS of your element. That would look like this: ...
Question | jQuery: Set the width of an element in percent
Stefan Trost: You can use the function width() for that. With the code ...
Question | jQuery: Set the width of an element in percent
NetLabel: If you want to select all elements that are visible or invisible, you can use :visible and :hidden in the following ways: ...
Question | jQuery: Check if an element is invisible
Stefan Trost: You can use the selectors :visible and :hidden. This can look like this, for example: if...
Question | jQuery: Check if an element is invisible
Guest: Thanks for this instruction of...
Tutorial | jQuery: Disable Submit Button if no Checkbox is selected
Stefan Trost: Just try the following approach in which the .post() is changed to an .ajax() request and async is set to false: ...
Question | jQuery: Set event.preventDefault within GET or POST Request

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