Ajax

jquery – How would you update a frontend form with AJAX – WordPress Website Design Article

I’m trying to build me own frontend AJAX updating screen mirroring interface. I have a very basic form: <form id=”mblocation”> <input type=”radio” name=”mb_user_location” id=”mb_user_location1″ value=”1″ checked=”checked”> <label for=”mb_user_location1″> <span>in office</span> </label> <input type=”radio” name=”mb_user_location” id=”mb_user_location2″ value=”2″> <label for=”mb_user_location2″> <span>out of office</span> </label> <input type=”hidden” name=”mb_user_id” value=”1″> <input type=”hidden” id=”mb_location_nonce_field” name=”mb_location_nonce_field” value=”6b8a75521b”> <input type=”hidden” name=”_wp_http_referer” value=”/inout/”> </form> And I want to have an AJAX script run every x seconds based on what the administrators set in the options page get_option(‘mb_heartbeat_time’): function…

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Avoid Loading JS Files Multiple Times for Component Based Web Frameworks – Website Design Article

In this article I will talk about how to avoid loading the same JavaScript files multiple times for component-based web frameworks like JSF, Wicket, etc. For example, when you have a JSF composite component and it contains a link to an external JS file, including this composite component multiple times to XHTML will lead to multiple links to same external JS file. Including the same JS for multiple times in an HTML document can be the reason for weird JS…

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How to Detect an Ad Blocker – Website Design Article

One of the unspoken rules of the internet is that most content is “free”… at the cost of webpage being littered with advertisements and trackers. This was’t a big problem in the early internet days but trackers and advertisements have become so intrusive and unapologetically aggressive that you almost need to use an ad blocker browser extension. Ad Blocker Plus is hugely popular and a browser like Brave boasts about being centered around ad blocking. Oftentimes I’ll go to a…

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Fetching Data from a Third-party API with Vue.js and Axios — SitePoint – Website Design Article

Want to learn Vue.js from the ground up? Get an entire collection of Vue books covering fundamentals, projects, tips and tools & more with SitePoint Premium. Join now for just $9/month or try our 7 day free trial. More often than not, when building your JavaScript application, you’ll want to fetch data from a remote source or consume an API. I recently looked into some publicly available APIs and found that there’s lots of cool stuff that can be done…

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How to pass parameters from jQuery ajax into PHP function? – WordPress Website Design Article

I have this: PHP: add_action(‘wp_ajax_count_messages’, ‘count_messages’); function count_messages($projectid) { //some code wp_send_json_success($projectid); } JS: var countData = { ‘action’: ‘count_messages’, ‘projectid’: ‘100’ } var myRequest = $.ajax({ url: admin_ajax.ajax_url, type: ‘post’, data: countData }); myRequest.done(function(data){ console.log(data); }); When I check console, I get: {success: true, data: “”} I am not sure what is happening and why I get an empty string? This is only a snippet of a WordPress Website Design Article written by Rollor Read Full Article

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How to Avoid DOM Blocking by localStorage and Other Culprits – Website Design Article

JavaScript programs run on a single thread in the browser and in runtimes such as Node.js. When code is executing in a browser tab, everything else stops: menu commands, downloads, rendering, DOM updates and even GIF animations. This is rarely evident to the user because processing occurs quickly in small chunks. For example: a button is clicked which raises an event that runs a function which makes a calculation and updates the DOM. Once complete, the browser is free to…

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