Here is a simple jQuery Expand Collapse plug-in available to download. We have used plus/minus sign to expand/collapse content in this example and you can change them easily.

Moreover You can use nesting at any level. Clicking on anchor text to the left will take you to linked page/section. The final output will look like shown in image:

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You can hide or remove controller name from url in Yii 2.0 through configuring rules for urlManager component. You can hide controller name from url even if your pages are generated dynamically using database after reading this article.

First of all you have to enable pretty permalinks. After that let’s try to understand how to configure application rules by simple examples.

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This article is full example of responsive Affix in Twitter Bootstrap 3, which is placed in sidebar of your Bootstrap project as a navigation menu on the same page. You can implement code to place an affix in sidebar which maintains responsiveness and expands its width to full available size of parent container even if you resize the window or click any nav menu.

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The Bootstrap 3 css framework contains a pretty good navigation component called “navbar” which automatically collapse when the viewport is too small. The dropdown menu’s of the navbar open when clicking the main item. For a tablet or phone this behavior is fine, but when using a desktop you might want the menu’s to open when hovering them. So here we are discussing 2 Ways for Hover Dropdown in Bootstrap 3 Navbar.

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Either newbie or experienced developer, everyone occasionally needs a quick jQuery snippet that selects and deselects multiple checkboxes by clicking “Select All” checkbox (exactly like in Gmail). Here are two code snippet that perform the same action. You can use either of them.

We are creating two functions (in each code snippet).

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Many developers fail in placing Yii form and submit button in bootstrap 3 modal popup in right way so either they compromise with the appearance of the modal or complaint that the submit button isn’t working.

Taking a login form as an example if everything is done in right manner then the buttons will appear in modal footer and the modal itself inside form tag and you will see a working form same as illustrated below:

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In WordPress, we use plenty of plugins, Some of these plugins require us to place a shortcode in the post, like [favourite_posts]. Shortcode may be a good way to add functionality on our site, but when we deactivate the plugin, the shortcode in the post content don’t get removed.

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