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In this, I’m using VS.Net 2013. As you know, you can easily debug with VS, but did you know you can debug your Javascript/JQuery also? In the image below, see that all you need to do is add the line: debugger; (red arrow) This will start debugging in your script. Just comment it out or […]

October 12 , 2013 | | In: ASP.Net, ASP.Net Tips, JQuery, MVC

Javascript Library Not Loading

Have you ever had a script tag in your code like this?: <script type=”text/javascript” src=”@Url.Content(“~/Scripts/myJavascriptLibrary.js”)” /> What’s more, did you find that it was not actually loading when the page ran?

May 1 , 2013 | | In: ASP.Net, JQuery, MVC3

JQuery – Characters Left – TextArea

As a web designer, somewhere along the way, you have come to a site with a TextArea, and even though it notes the maximum number of characters for the textbox you’re about to type in, you never really know how many characters are left as you type, because there’s nothing visual showing you. I’ve used […]

May 1 , 2013 | | In: JQuery, MVC3, Visual Studio

More Cache Problems with Visual Studio

Recently, I had a problem that only occurred when I debugged my application through Visual Studio. One and only one (out of dozens) of variables became ‘stuck’, if you will. I always got the error message that the variable was undefined. The error remained even when I completely removed the variable and named it something […]

April 12 , 2013 | | In: JQuery

JQuery UI AutoComplete Font Size too Big

We all (those of us who use JQueryUI) know that there is a JQueryUI CSS file which governs how each of the UI elements appear on the web pages. However, from what I found, there is no item that directly changes the font size of the suggested elements that fill the list. And, from what […]

The scenario is this: You have an MVC application which uses the JQuery UI Tabs implementation. Everything is fine until you make a server postback with MVC. The ‘Selected Tab’ resets to zero (the first tab). Have no fear. The solution is not hard at all.

March 27 , 2013 | | In: ASP.Net, JQuery, MVC3

Remove Blank Items from MVC Listbox – JQuery

We’ve all experienced it – we’ve populated a listbox and there are blank items. Of course, the best way to fix this is to fix the data. However, let’s say you have a deadline and need to get rid of those blank items first.

March 26 , 2013 | | In: JQuery

JQuery Basics – Part One

JQuery is a collection of javascript libraries that do every day stuff for you in a more compact way.

March 8 , 2013 | | In: JQuery, MVC3

MVC/Jquery – Characters Left in TextAreaFor

Everyone has seen this before – you are typing away in a TextArea (inside a form) and there’s a little message telling you how many characters you have left before the maximum. It turns out that, using Jquery in MVC, that functionality is very easy to implement.

This would probably be most effective inside an MVC application because in Web Forms, you can do this easily by changing the attributes on the controls themselves, though, even still, this would be more efficient. Here’s the scenario. You want to create a function for each and every textbox on your page, so that, when […]

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