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Building Tabbed Content

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Creating Live Data with AJAX

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Cross-browser Ajax Tutorial

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In this workshop, you'll be
CAPTCHA has become a popular
If you want to have live data
A tutorial using a JavaScript
building a tabbed content
means of securing forms
on your website, that will
Ajax library to make form
browser that's Ajax powered.
against automated
change all on its own
submissions more usable.
Whenever a user clicks a tab
submission, by requiring
without you having to
the script will communicate
users to enter a string
constantly refresh the page,
with the server and send
displayed in an
then this tutorial will show
back the appropriate data
automatically generated
you how to. Assumes you have
for that tab.
image. This implementation
an understanding of the AJAX
uses Ajax to conveniently
(XMLHttpRequest) object.
combine CAPTCHA into normal
pre-submission form
verification. You'll need
PHP to be installed with the
GD image library (most PHP
implementations will have
this as standard).

Date: Nov, 10 2006

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Date: Nov, 10 2006
Thanks to Ajax, we can
This tutorial is about
This is a two-part tutorial
The XMLHttpRequest object is
provide real-time feedback
edit-in-place system which
on starting with Ajax. The
a handy JavaScript object
to the user using
is used for quickly amending
first part of the article is
that offers a convenient way
server-side validation
titles and descriptions on
using Ajax using the DOM
for Web pages to get
scripts and eliminate the
innerHTML and the second
information from servers
need for redundant
part using nodes from XML.
without refreshing
validation functions without
themselves. The purpose of
giving up a solution that
this article is to
degrades gracefully when
demonstrate through a series
JavaScript is disabled.
of baby steps just how easy
it is to use the
XMLHttpRequest object

Date: Nov, 10 2006

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Date: Nov, 10 2006
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