Credit Card Validation using jQuery


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Credit card validation is the must-have functionality on the payment form. It helps to validate credit card number and other details before submitting the payment. You can easily implement the credit card validation on the payment form using jQuery. We will create a simple jQuery plugin for credit card number validation. This jQuery plugin detects and validate credit card numbers, and instantly check whether the card is valid.


Live Image Upload, Crop and Resize using jQuery and PHP


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Cropping image before upload, always a great idea for server space optimization. Crop feature helps to resize the image as per the required size. You can also reduce the web page size and load time by showing the exact size image. If your web application has image upload functionality, image crop and resize are very useful. Use imgAreaSelect plugin to live crop and resize the image using jQuery and PHP.


Add Datepicker to Input Field using jQuery UI


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The Datepicker helps to input a date by selecting from calendar without manually enter in the input field. When you want to collect date from the user, adding datepicker to input filed can provide a good user experience. Using jQuery plugin you can easily add a datepicker to the input field. There are many datepicker plugins are available, but jQuery UI Datepicker is a highly configurable plugin to add datepicker in the web page.


Add Remove Group of Input Fields Dynamically using jQuery


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The Input fields group is very useful when the bulk data needs to be submitted at once. If you have a requirement to submit the group of bulk data with multiple input fields, input group makes it easy for you. Instead of shown some specific number of input group at once, you can add the input groups dynamically to make the web application more user-friendly.


Creating Bar Chart with jQuery and CSS


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A bar chart is a graph that represents group data with vertical or horizontal bars. The bar chart helps to make the web application more user-friendly. To demonstrate comparison data among categories in percentage, the bar chart is the best choice.You don't need to use any jQuery chart plugin for add a bar chart in the web page. You can easily create your own bar chart with pure CSS and jQuery.


Creating an Email Subscription Popup using jQuery


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Email subscription popup is a great idea to increase the number of subscribers of your website. It notifies the visitor to subscribe newsletter with their email for getting useful resource into their inbox. Showing a subscription popup after a certain time is a smart trick for converting a visitor to a subscriber. Here we'll build a script that helps you to make a popup and integrate subscription box functionality easily on the web page.


Adding Zoom Effect on Image Hover with CSS and jQuery


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Enlarge image on hover creates a better user interface in any web application. You can easily add zoom effect to the image on mouseover with CSS and jQuery. If you don't want to use any plugin for the zoom effect, our simple image zoom effect script is a perfect choice for you. In this tutorial, we'll provide a simple way and short code snippets to adding image hover zoom effect using jQuery and CSS.


How to Perform Live Search and Filter on HTML Table using jQuery


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Real-time search or live search is a great feature for filtering records in an HTML table. Live search helps to provide a better user interface in your web project. If you want a lightweight solution for live search, our code snippets will best choice for you. Adding a live search feature to HTML table is very easy and you can implement without any jQuery plugin.


Display Loading Image While Page Loads using jQuery and CSS


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A web page load time depends on the page elements and it may be longer for lots of images, JavaScript, and CSS. Sometimes well-designed pages suffer for page load time. Displaying a loading image on page load is a great idea to maintain the user experience of your website. Using jQuery and CSS, you can easily display a loading icon until the page loads completely.