Tag Archives: jQuery

Adding multiple Recaptcha and custom form validation

It is possible to add multiple Google Recaptcha on single page. Here is an example of adding Google Recaptcha in two different forms and adding custom validation to them. This example illustrates using how response ids are created when rendering of form and later using them to create custom validation on the time of submission of this form. Example uses jQuery to handle form submission events and the action of adding fields dynamically to forms where you don’t have an access to the building or rendering of the form. Continue reading

Vector Digital Clock jQuery Plugin (beta)

Vector Digital Clock jQuery Plugin (beta)

Vector Digital Clock jQuery Plugin (beta)

Vector Digital Clock plugin was created to show Digital Clock in more computerized and presentable way. With this plugin it is possible to show each digit or character of time in form of Digital Vector or character. This plugin works for different timezones and also takes care of the time differences arisen due to difference between your computer time and the server time. Continue reading

jQuery pop up message box sliding from left to right and positioning horizontally at the center

Just wrote a simple sliding box script to make a message box appear sliding from left to the middle of web page. The box appears once a day. The first appearance is logged into a browser cookie, so if user opens the same website and if cookie was expired it appears again. Continue reading

Form DOM element not recognized (created) in ajax form in IE when placed with end tag missing

Skipping a form end tag </form> costed me almost a day (i had to go to bed abandoning the fixing for some time though;)). I had been using ajaxForm with jQuery to submit ajax form which was placed on a popup dialog box opened through ajax. The form worked well in Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome, Safari but did not work in Internet Explorer 7 & 8 (IE7 & IE8 ; i didn’t test in other versions of IE but perhaps they would not work either). The IE simply would not create the <form> tag at all so if you try to alert $(“#formID”).length it would return always 0(zero). It started to work fine (in IE) when i placed </form> to mark the end of the form (i know it was a mistake to not to place it there though). Continue reading

A note on DOM elements’ changed scope when using thickbox with jQuery

A similar situation may arise (atleast for me it did) when you try to invoke jQuery’s “thickbox” in conjunction with a custom onclick firing. I would explain it with the help of an example:

I have a div element (with id “myBlockTOShow”, i would say it “#myBlockTOShow” in this post further) which i display/present as a “thickbox” when a href tag/link is clicked. Here is how the div element looks like: Continue reading