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Remember Me This JavaScript is for use in forms that require user input; e.g., blogs which require users to type their name and e-mail address in order to submit comments. Users will have the option of allowing their information to be remembered. The script uses cookies to store and output the information.


Category: Cookie

Basic Calculator 4 This is another script to make the basic calculator code on your web page.


Shy Button Try to click the wrong answer with this clever script. Fun!


Category: Funny

ImageFactory reassembles your images out of the debris Add a little magic to your image-presentation with this JavaScript! First you will see only the debris of your image randomly spread out all over the browser screen. Then those scattered image-pieces will be drawn together by a strong magnetic force until the image has been recreated out of those debris! Made for IE5 and higher.


Category: Image, Rotation

Auto Popup Window Automatically opens a small popup window and closes it after a specified time. Great for displaying important messages without forcing users to close multiple windows! This demo will open a small popup window 3 seconds after the page is loaded and close the window after it has been open for 5 seconds.


Category: Browser, Popup

Describe for Image This JavaScript creates a layer then moves it around the image. At each location, it writes comments about that location onto the layer.


Category: Misc

Right Click Sparks This JavaScript disables the right click. Instead of an alert, sparks follow the cursor. IE only.


Category: Pointer

Text Changer onMouseover script Scroll the mouse over my name to see the effect. CSS can be used to make the text exactly the same as that surrounding it.


Category: Snippet

Jason\'s Date Input Calendar Jason's Date Input Calendar is designed specifically to make entering date values into forms as easy as can be! It's different from most other similar scripts in the following two ways:

+ The script generates not only the popup calendar to easily select a date, but the corresponding form field as well, made up of select menus and text boxes.
+ The script then creates a corresponding hidden field containing the actual chosen date for easy passing along with the rest of your form.

In other words, this script takes the hassle out of not only selecting a date inside forms, but creating the appropriate HTML and packaging that value for easy passing as well!

Other features of this script are:

+ Works around IE's bug of select-lists showing through layers.
+ Supports multiple calendar inputs in the same form/page.
+ Allows date input either via the popup calendar, or by the user directly inputting the desired date (via select menu and text box).

The script works in all modern browsers- IE5+, NS6/ Firefox, Opera 7+. Nice!


Category: Time, Calendar

RSS AJAX Newsticker This JavaScript tutorial will show you how to combine RSS, AJAX, and JavaScript to create a real-time RSS ticker.

Thanks to AJAX, the conventional roles of server side and client side programming are reversed in an web application like this as JavaScript- not PHP- is used to handle much of the work, including parsing the RSS file.

I've learned it's good form to always show your viewers exactly where you're leading them to begin with, so here are a couple of examples of the Ajax style RSS ticker I'll be discussing how to create.


Category: Ajax

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