This post is a sum up of when creating the id attributes for HTML elements, what rules are there to follow for the value of id? According to HTML4 specifications: ID and NAME tokens must begin with a letter ([A-Za-z]) and may be followed by any number of letters, digits ([0-9]), hyphens (“-“), underscores (“_”), colons (“:”), and periods (“.”).
So you want to change the layout of your bootstrap website and reorder columns in small screens or mobile devices for better accessibility and readability. The Bootstrap pull and push classes are there to let you change them or re-order divs while maintaining responsiveness.
Joins are fundamental concepts in SQL and they are prefer by professionals as they are faster then sub-queries. These 3 easy MySQL examples below are a little effort to let visitors understand difference among Inner join, Left Outer join and Full outer join.
Sometimes it’s required to place two forms on one page in codeigniter like displaying login form and register form on same page. Although the views may be different but you can face conflict while displaying validation errors if the form actions are not separate (aren’t calling different methods in controller). Here is a workaround to validate one form at a time while placing multiple forms on one page in codeigniter.
The set_value(‘field name’) function in codeigniter allows us to retain the value of input field in form during form submission but it’s not applicable to keep checkbox checked if it was checked while the form was submitted or during postback submit refresh. Here to keep checkbox checked after form submit in Codeigniter, the set_checkbox() function plays the role.
Yii is a powerful framework where a lot of things happen automagically but learning curves are more complex as compared to any other PHP MVC framework. The first part (before ‘but’ in first line) attracts beginners to learn and experience it while the later part makes them stressed. So I tried here in article Working with Date in Yii 2.0 to simplify the concept by taking ‘Date’ as point.
Most modern desktop browsers such as Chrome, Mozilla, Internet Explorer supports images encoded as data url. But there are problems displaying data URLs in some mobile browsers like Android Stock Browser.
Here we are presenting that how we can embed base64 encoded images in various platforms.
Many developers confused with the Attr and Prop keyword in jQuery. So We are describing here the difference between Attr and Prop in jQuery. The segregation of attr() and prop() should help alleviate some of the confusion between HTML attributes and DOM properties.