A Javascript Implementation Of The Famous Sprintf Snippets

A JavaScript implementation of the famous sprintf() function

Detect Javascript On/Off, With Notification: If JavaScript is on the user gets a welcome message. If off, the user is instructed to turn it on.

C code example for useful macros, functions and tricks

28 June, 2012   

Function to generate soundex code for any string (usually a name). Conforms to Knuth's algorithm and the common Perl implementation.

12 January, 2014   

This is a pretty simple little snippet, but it help understanding how to use relational tables w/in PHP.

04 July, 2012   

Good programmer comments their code so that anyone can know what is happening in code. Its easy for others to edit the code.

Confirm a deletion (or any action) with Javascript.

03 March, 2011   

Count Script Execution Time

Several hundred user notes on the str_replace page later, and we have a function that provides a variety of text highlighting options for plaintext or HTML strings.

11 February, 2012   

JavaScript Code to show a message box or a alert window when page opens

29 January, 2011   

Cufon 101

13 November, 2012   

Creating and maintaining an effective JavaScript toolbox can greatly reduce development time. This script will show you how to include specific snippet modules on individual pages.

If you want to react on user maximizing or minimizing a Delphi form, use the code.

A javaScript loop example with Do While loop

22 August, 2012   

This JavaScript code within your web page HTML between your HEAD tags

08 March, 2012   

A javaScript loop example with Break a loop

18 September, 2012   

Get the current title of the page using javascript and store it into a variable

The JavaScript is just a function called redirect, and is requesting that a variable be passed to it.

17 April, 2013   

In Firefox, Safari and Chrome, this script only works if the window was originally opened using Javascript (window.open function)

22 September, 2012   

Allows you to take a user to the previous page they were on using a button