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How to Change iFrame Styling Using jQuery

If you’ve ever had the displeasure of working with iFrames, then you know how tedious and frustrating the process can be. Because an iFrames is just embedded HTML content that can be from any website, often when you’re working with ...

Convert Images to Black and White using jQuery

Converting an image to black and white is no longer a manual event. As client side technologies becoming more powerful, conversion processes can be automated and be done in real-time. Read on to learn different ways of converting images to black and ...

How to Disable Right-Click Menu Using jQuery

There can be dozens of reasons why you may want to disable right click on any given website. A common one is that you don’t want your users to be able to steal or download your images (this can be done easily if your users have access to a ...

How to Optimize jQuery Code for Better Performance

jQuery is the most popular client side library, in fact almost every website uses it. It is popular because it is easy to learn, makes development quick, offers clean code and helps in implementing complex functionality with ease.  The downside is ...

Using Head.js to Load All Your JavaScript

In the past few years, client side frameworks/libraries have become very powerful and offers great features to implement complex functionalities on the client side, instead of relying on server side. This is really great for developers, but it has ...

How to Detect Browser Using jQuery

One of the more frustrating parts of creating a new web project is making sure that it looks the same (or as close to the same as humanly possible) across all different browser types. The problem with achieving cross-browser compatibility is that ...

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