jQuery has a great helper function called hover which takes two functions as it’s values.
/* something to do on mouseenter */
/* something to do on mouseleave */
Great when you want a simple way of doing something when your mouse enters or leaves the selected element(s).
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Put your hands up if you hate developing for Internet explorer….
That would be most of you then.
I can’t stand its special ways of doing things, so when I find an easy work around it makes me happy.
The latest one I have had to find and put into practice is a method for disabling some Select dropdown options in a form. Internet explorer doesn’t support the disabled attribute on option elements. The following code will only work in standards complaint browsers (not in IE 6 or 7):
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str = str.slice(0,1).toUpperCase() + str.slice(1);
If you want to convert more than one letter then you might want to use the following. As examples if you wanted the first 4 characters uppercase use (0,3) and then (4) and if you wanted the first 2 uppercase you would use (0,1) and then (2)
str = str.slice(0,3).toUpperCase + str.slice(4);
Remember that an array starts at zero so always take one from the numbers you want.
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