Stuart on December 29th, 2010

After 4 years of the same wordpress theme, I decided it was time to bring in the 2011 with a new look Ajax Tutorial website.

It took just a few hours looking at the free wordpress themes available, then I found this one. I liked it instantly. Hopefully you will like it to. So far, I’ve made very slight modifications.

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Stuart on December 28th, 2010

In this post I’m going to explain how I usually set-up a simple PHP website, from scratch. This is part one of two. Brief summary of the main steps involved. 1. First we will create the HEADER – this will be the area occupying the top of the page, and will include the logo and [...]

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Stuart on March 3rd, 2010

In this article we will be talking about the basic usage of Ajax with jQuery 1.4.2 production (24KB, Minified and Gzipped).

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Stuart on March 3rd, 2010

Over the next several articles we’ll be covering the “Basic Ajax usage with X”. For example, Basic Ajax usage with jQuery.

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Stuart on November 30th, 2006

Ajax Updater – Update a DOM element ID from a Server Script This example is probably the simplest example you will ever find. We are going to use the prototype feature ‘ajax.Updater’ (see part one for more details on prototype). ajax.Updater allows you to specify an element ID and script URL – and whatever the [...]

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