Tag: javascript

Convert a Sitecore WFFM Form to Wizard Form (Js based Approach)

While working with Sitecore, I am sure you must have found WFFM (Web Forms For Marketers) been very useful be it a developer/marketer. However, there had been one thing that i always missed in the form - a Wizard interface especially when it comes to lengthy forms. Before i jump into the solution, here are ...

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‘Add to Favourites’ button javascript

Here is a simple code, that i found useful from dynamicdrive. You can use for 'Add to Favourites' button in HTML. Add them in your head tag: <script type="text/javascript"> /*********************************************** * Bookmark site script- © Dynamic Drive DHTML code library (www.dynamicdrive.com) * This notice MUST stay intact for legal use * Visit Dynamic Drive at http://www.dynamicdrive.com/ ...

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How to get the javascript version?

Javascript is evolving. With newer version, more commands, new functionalities gets added. To get to know the version of javascript your browser supports, just save the following code as html and load it in your browser: <script type="text/javascript"> var jsver = 1.0; </script> <script language="Javascript1.1"> jsver = 1.1; </script> <script language="Javascript1.2"> jsver = 1.2; </script> ...

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Javascript pause method: To create delays in javascripts

Creating delays in javascript can be very essential under certain specific scenarios, though i would recommend you to avoid it in most cases. The right way to create a delay would be by using setTimeOut method in javascript, as below: setTimeout("alert('hello world')",1500); // shows alertbox after 1500 milliseconds The lazy way or to be precise ...

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ASP .Net Menu using ordered list – ul, li concept

I give a different approach to menu creation, in my ASP .Net project. The main wins being the performance and ease of use. Asp menu is pretty messy when you look at the code behind and the page size it adds. But use this concept only if performance is a critical factor. Concept: •    Use ...

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How to determine whether Javascript is enabled?

There are a lot of approaches to this. Lets take them one at a time: Using NOSCRIPT tag: You can write a noscript tag just before your script tag to display the user a warning message. Check the code below, wherein the user will be redirected to another page if javascript is disabled: <html> <head> ...

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Javascript to check any redirection to another page

When the user had made some changes in the page and accidentally clicks some links on the page, you might want to warn the user about the redirection and ask his permission for the operation. Javascript makes it quite simple to do this operation, with the help of window.onbeforeunload(): window.onbeforeunload = checkRedirection; function checkRedirection (evt) ...

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