Sebastian Sulinski on 14th Oct 2013
Sebastian Sulinski on 30th Apr 2013
In this tutorial I'm explaining how to create a simple functionality for the online form where by selecting the checkbox, content of the fields from one section is copied to the other section of the form.
This functionality is particularly useful in the situations where the visitor uses the same billing and shipping address during the checkout process.
Sebastian Sulinski on 28th Apr 2013
In this tutorial we will create a sliding, side navigation using jQuery. The navigation created in this tutorial can be used as a bookmark or a 'quick access' navigation section of any website, which keeps at the same position when you scroll the page up or down.
Sebastian Sulinski on 24th Feb 2013
This course shows how to create a responsive search field with jQuery and PHP in order to filter Ajax loaded results while typing the search criteria.
We will learn how to fetch records from the database and display them on the page using Ajax. How to create a filter input field where user can enter their keyword / phrase as well as how to dynamically update the pagination and display the right page and number of records.
Sebastian Sulinski on 1st Jan 2013
This tutorial explains how to pre-load a number of images, slide each one from a different side into its display container and how to change opacity on hover event using jQuery.
Sebastian Sulinski on 19th Jul 2012
The new EU "Cookie Law" says that all website owners have to gain the consent of their website visitors before they can use certain web cookies, which in simple terms means saving a small text file on the visitors computers, usually used to gather some statistics or to improve functionality etc. It's worth mentioning that not all cookies are considered to be "Bad" - there is a lot of material online where you can read about the issue, an example would be ICO : Guidance on changes to the EU cookie law.
This tutorial explains how to easily create a user friendly dialog, that prompts for a consent and if accepted, loads the code, which generates cookies.
Sebastian Sulinski on 6th Jul 2012