Contact form 7 gives the error message on submit but when we try to correct contact form 7 validation error don’t disappear. Usually, when someone tries to click back into the form field that has an error, the validation message disappears. The validation boxes stay in place and the user can’t see the form field to fix his error. I’ve had this work automatically on most of the sites.

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Below is the code snippet to change HTML5 placeholder color with CSS which are used in form input and textarea fields. The explanation and uses notes are further explained.

/* WebKit browsers */
::-webkit-input-placeholder { 
    color: blue;
}

/* Mozilla Firefox 4 to 18 */
:-moz-placeholder { 
   color: blue;
   opacity: 1;
}

/* Mozilla Firefox 19+ */
::-moz-placeholder { 
   color: blue;
   opacity: 1;
}

/* Internet Explorer 10+ */
:-ms-input-placeholder { 
   color: blue;
}

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I had popup working and I wanted to open popup from another popup where a link was placed inside first popup using jQuery. This kind of scenario is quite common.

Most probable example we see are login and register popup boxes where one can toggle to login/register popup box through a link given in currently opened popup.

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I was developing a website. In that, I wanted to use multiple instances of flexslider on a single page. There was not the problem if ID of the container tags is different. But on my website, everything was dynamic, even how many flexslider instances were be called, that was also unknown

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Are you facing any notice saying Undefined property: Home::$db or something like this in your Codeigniter application? The reason behind the error Undefined property $db in Codeigniter arises because you didn’t load database library in your controller/method to use any function of it.

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This article describes how can we implement textarea characters count that can also work during cut/copy and paste as well as you can also select characters upto desired length or can show reverse counting (characters remaining) in textarea. There are many tutorials online but they seem to make it more complex than it needs to be. Just a few lines of jQuery does the trick.

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