display notifications or prompts in what is called as information bar or
notification bar. Such an information bar typically contains some text,
graphics or any other HTML markup along with a close button. The
information bar is always visible and is flushed with the top edge of
the browser window. Once user closes it, it remains hidden for the active
session. Such an information bar can be easily developed using jQuery.
The remainder of this article explains how.
of the blogs display a set of tags or keywords in the form of a Tag
Cloud. A tag cloud presents the keywords in font sizes proportional to
the number of blog posts having that tag. If you are using some blogging
website or using some open source blogging engine you already have a
tag cloud ready. However, if you are building your own blog engine or
website you will need to build the tag cloud on your own. This article
shows how to do just that.
If your web forms consist of small amount of content they render quickly in the browser
and user can start working with them almost immediately. However, when
your web forms are bulky and render too much of content, the page is
loaded in the browser slowly. Users can start using the partially loaded
page and perform actions such as clicking on links or buttons. At times
this is undesirable and you want users to wait till the complete page
is loaded in the browser. You can accomplish this with the help of
little client side script.
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