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jQuery Datatables Implementation

jQuery Datatables

The jQuery Plugin Datatable will help you to keep those huge database results into a better and organize table. I have spoke of the jQuery Datatables plugin into this entry, so I will no use much time in the introduction of the plugin. I will focus and how you can get you database results into that Datatable.

For this Example I will be using a database, the employee table that I have been using in previous tutorials, so if you don't remember the file structure of the table I present it again.


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Datepicker jQuery UI Implementation

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jQuery UI Datepicker

On this days it is so easy to find a Javascript Datepicker on the field but if you really want a Datepicker with lots of feature you should definitely check out the jQuery UI Datepicker. This jQuery plugin is very configurable to fit your needs. In the following list you can find some of its features.

In order to use this jQuery Datepicker you only have to point to the correct elements with a CSS3 selector, for example if I have a input with id = datepicker then to attached the jQuery Datepicker to that element I would use the following code.


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Enqueue Scripts and Styles in WordPress

Enqueue Scripts and Styles

Enqueue Scripts and Styles

If you are reading this post to find out how to add Javascript or CSS to your WordPress site you are on the right path. I remember my first post where I wanted to add a jQuery code, yeap, it didn't work the first time. Actually I had to read many information and articles, but none of the was helping me, I had to add a classic Javascript file on the header of my theme, exactly the header.php file. It worked for a while but now is now working any more, guess why? Because I was not doing it the right way.

There is a way to add/enqueue these Javascript and CSS files into WordPresss. WordPress includes functions to Enqueue Scripts and Styles in a way that you can always be sure to have available those files. I am writing this article so that you can digest better the information found in the WordPress CODEX site.


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[NOTICE] WordPress Articles

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Hey guys, I have received many visits on the site about people searching for PHP and Javascript stuff and I appreciate your visits for this reason I also would like to expand the same knowledge but apply to an awesome framework that is WordPress.

Quoting Wikipedia:

WordPress is a free and open-source tool and a content management system (CMS) based on PHP and MySQL.

Features include a plugin architecture and a template system. WordPress was used by more than 23.3% of the top 10 million websites as of January 2015. WordPress is the most popular blogging system in use on the Web, at more than 60 million websites.

It was first released on May 27, 2003, by its founders, Matt Mullenweg[1] and Mike Little, as a fork of b2/cafelog. The license under which WordPress software is released is the GPLv2 (or later) from the Free Software Foundation.


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Installing Oracle 11g R2 on WIndows 7

oracleAs many of you know Oracle is the top leader on Database Performance and Management, there are many databases on the market but believe me at my Job I work with thousands of records on Oracle, I mean thousands. I will not take away the credit on the other Databases though. On this tutorial I will guide you through the installation process on Windows 7.

I am creating a PHP library to work with different databases, right now it includes connections for MySQL and Oracle, and this is why I am making this tutorial because before you connect to Oracle you must have it on you system.

I let you know that if you have installed Oracle before then this tutorial will help you only as a reference, otherwise keep reading a follow the steps.

1.- DOWNLOADING ORACLE

DOWNLOADING ORACLE

 

2.- Selecting the Windows Version.

Here you will select the version for your Operating System on this time we are selecting the 32 Bits version.


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