Category Archive for "HTML"

Show password in normal text of password box on check.

How we can show the password box’s text in normal text if the box is password control box in HTML using JavaScript. Copy and paste the following code & you can type the password into the box provided and you will see the text as encrypted of password box is changed to normal readable text.   Password Show password Shashi Dhar KumarShashi Dhar Kumar Experience in Web/software development including client server and implementation using PHP, XML, MySQL and SQL Server….

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Expanding the Mailto tag

Expanding the Mailto: tag Introduction The Mailto tag is used as a way to include an email address on a web page which can be clicked on thus opening the visitors default email client with the email address pre-filled. The mailto code can e expanded to include multiple email addresses, email addresses to CC and BCC, the email subject and even a message body. Mailto: Tag The following is the basic mailto tag: <a href=”mailto:name@abc.com”>Mailme!</a> Which would result in: Mailme!…

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How to validate ‘target=_blank’ in anchor tag with W3C Compatibility

While the apply ‘_blank’ value to a native link’s attribute ‘target’ that will give you not validated for W3C, the solution is to handle the click on the link and open it in a new window. Please note this alternative methods are absolutely SEO friendly and W3C valid. The code for the solution is: <script type=”text/javascript”> $(document).ready(function(){ $(‘A[rel=”_blank”]’).click(function(){ window.open($(this).attr(‘href’)); return false; }); }); </script> <a href=”http://www.shashidharkumar.com/shashidharkumar/index.html” rev=”solution-02″ rel=”_blank”>Shashidhar Kumar</a> Shashi Dhar KumarShashi Dhar Kumar Experience in Web/software development including client…

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HTML Version 5

Worries over internet privacy have spurred lawsuits, conspiracy theories and consumer anxiety as marketers and others invent new ways to track computer users on the web. But the alarmists have not seen anything yet. In the next few years, a powerful new suite of capabilities will become available to web developers that could give marketers and advertisers access to many more details about computer user’s online activities. Nearly everyone who uses the internet will face the privacy risks that come…

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HTML & JavaScript Loader

In this program just change the source of  iframe and your loading.gif will show upto that time when page will not upload finally. For Demo Click Here Download Script Click Here Shashi Dhar KumarShashi Dhar Kumar Experience in Web/software development including client server and implementation using PHP, XML, MySQL and SQL Server. Experience of working on Apache, Linux projects, Javascript, Ajax, Putty, FTP, Remote Connection, XML parsing, Mod-Rewriting, Payment Gateways and shipping modules, Trouble shooting and Manual Testing. https://www.shashidharkumar.in

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Limitations in HTML

First of all, you should have a clear idea of what happens when a user submits a form that has a JavaScript validation script.                The form is checked by a JavaScript like the one described below. If the script finds a mistake the submission is halted here. The user sees an alert and is asked to re-enter some data.                 If nothing is wrong—or if JavaScript is disabled—the form is sent to the server and is processed by a CGI…

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Introduction to Forms

Website Forms However, this page contains a more complete overview of how to write a basic form validation script. On this page I give the code you need for checking user input in a form. Using these bits of code, you can write your own scripts to validate forms I can’t give you a complete script, because each form and each check are different. You’ll have to use the elements I explain on this page to build your own script….

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Cross-Browser Compatiblity

Is Your Site Cross-Browser Compatible? — Cross-browser compatible            Compatible with all major browsers available: I) Internet Explorer II) Netscape III) Opera IV) Firefox            Text based browsers for Lynx operating system or the visually impaired. How does your site look in any of the browsers listed above? Not everyone is using Internet Explorer to surf the Internet these days. How do I Make My Site Cross-Browser Compatible? To create a cross-browser compatible web site: 1. Use only standard compliant…

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