JQuery Selector starts with the dollar sign and parentheses - $() and finds one or more HTML elements in the DOM. We can use name, id, CSS Class, type, attribute, etc to find elements using the jQuery Selector. The below jQuery Selector finds all the div elements in the DOM. (more…)
The TheMovieDB (TMDB) API provides all the information of movies, actors and series, free of charge. You can integrate this API in your Website using only jQuery AJAX.
The jQuery Document Ready makes sure the page DOM is ready for the code to execute. All the jQuery Codes are placed inside it. (more…)
Modals are used to show important information to site’s visitors. This can be some sort of confirmation (like cookies information, updating or deleting profile), session time out or a new product launch. We also find modals are used by website owners to collect email addresses for newsletter subscription. (more…)
If you have the Database Backup File then you can easily restore it to your SQL Server. I will use SQL Server Management Studio (SSMS) to restore the database. (more…)
In this tutorial I will teach you how to Backup SQL Database in your SQL Server Management Studio (SSMS). This will save you from losing your data in case of any SQL Server problem.
jQuery.grep() method is used to filter an array based on a provided condition. The condition is provided by a filter function. For an item to be included in the result the filter function should return true for it. (more…)
The jQuery CSS Method returns the CSS Style property value of the first matched element. It can also set, single or multiple CSS Style properties, on the selector. Note that the selector can itself be a single or multiple elements.
The jQuery Find Method returns all the descendants of the selector. The descendants are the elements that lie inside of the selector in the DOM. These can be its children, children of children, children of children of children, and so on. (more…)