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New Premium jQuery Plugin – jQuery Contact Tabs

jQuery Contact Tabs Plugin

Create unlimited contact tabs with customised AJAX powered forms and display in slide out or static tabs. Plugin includes 12 different form elements and client-side validation.

Our latest premium jQuery form generator plugin makes it easy to add stylish slide out contact tabs to any website. Add multiple tabs, each with its own custom form or use the built-in default … more

Updated Wordpress Plugin – Slick Contact Forms 1.2

The latest version of our Wordpress contact form plugin now includes the feature to open and close the sticky or floating contact form tabs using external links.

Using Shortcodes

The easiest way to add a text link to your Wordpress content is to use the shortcode feature built into the plugin. To create a link using the default settings use … more

New Wordpress Plugin – Slick Contact Forms

Slick Contact Forms is our latest Wordpress plugin using jQuery. The plugin allows you to quickly and easily add contact forms to any post or page in Wordpress using widget areas.

The plugin allows multiple forms per page, option to either use jquery sticky tabs or jquery floating tabs for the contact form and configure the form settings, animation and … more

jQuery Animated Error Messages & Form Validation

In today’s tutorial we are going to use jQuery animation to create more interesting and engaging form validation errors for a user registration form.

Our jQuery form submit and validation code is based on the same one we created in our “Create Your Own jQuery AJAX Form Submit With Validation” tutorial in February. The additional items that we are going … more

Form Validation Using jQuery and Regular Expressions

Regular expressions offer an extremely flexible and powerful way of adding validation to your website forms. Combined with jQuery, it allows you to ensure that data sent to the server matches all of your requirements.

In this post I have included several example regular expressions that we have used in our web design projects for validating form input.

For this … more

Live Text Search Function Using jQuery

Today we are going to look at using jQuery to create a “live search” feature for your website. With just a few lines of code and a single text input box you can add a text filter to any site content.

For the tutorial we will create a search feature for our blog comments, although the same function can easily … more

Random Password Generator Using jQuery

Today’s jQuery post is a useful piece of code that you can add onto your registration forms for creating random passwords using only jQuery. The benefit of providing this system is that it generates stronger passwords than most people would create for themselves so offers extra security for critical applications.

See Random Password Demo Download the source code

To actually … more

Create Your Own jQuery AJAX Form Submit With Validation

For today’s tutorial we are going to do something a little more interesting and take several jQuery functions, which have been covered in our previous posts and combine them to create our own form submit process, which will be able to handle all of the forms in our projects.

This is a good exercise to see how various components/snippets can … more

Add Default Text To Form Fields Using jQuery

The following code snippet is a handy jQuery function that will allow you to add default text to any form input text field using the element’s title attribute.

View Default Text Demo.

1. The HTML – Form With Text Inputs

<form action="" method="get">
    <div><input type="text" name="text1" value="" class="default" title="Default Text 1" /></div>
    <div><input type="text" name="text2" value="" class="default" title="Default Text 2"  … more

Disable Form Input Autocomplete Using jQuery

Earlier I came across an interesting problem caused by a text input field’s autocomplete. Sometimes it is useful to be able to disable this feature in a users browser – e.g. for completing forms with sensitive information such as credit card numbers but using the attribute autocomplete=”off” on the input field would technically cause issues with validation.

One way to … more

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