I am using jQuery Mobile, and I am having trouble understanding differences between classic document ready and jQuery Mobile page events. What is the real difference? Why should <!-- language: ...
The W3C validator doesn't like self-closing tags (those that end with "/>") on non-void elements. (Void elements are those that may not ever contain any content.) Are they still valid in HTML5? So...
Chrome supports the placeholder attribute on input[type=text] elements (others probably do too). But the following CSS doesn't do diddly squat to the placeholder's value: input[placeholder], [pl...
How to center div horizontally, and vertically within the container using flexbox. In below example, I want each number below each other (in rows), which are centered horizontally. .flex-containe...
Google's "Report a Bug" or "Feedback Tool" lets you select an area of your browser window to create a screenshot that is submitted with your feedback about a bug. Screenshot by Jason Small, posted i...
What is the difference in usage between $.data and $.attr when using data-someAttribute? My understanding is that $.data is stored within jQuery's $.cache, not the DOM. Therefore, if I want to use $....
Is there a quick way to set an HTML text input (<input type=text />) to only allow numeric keystrokes (plus '.')?
The XMLHttpRequest Level 2 standard (still a working draft) defines the FormData interface. This interface enables appending File objects to XHR-requests (Ajax-requests). Btw, this is a new feature -...
I'm working with HTML5 elements on my webpage. By default input type="date" shows date as YYYY-MM-DD. The question is, is it possible to change it's format to something like: DD-MM-YYYY?