In this article you will learn how to hide the rows and columns in kendo grid using jQuery.
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In this final blog post on Image and Video Galleries in XPages I show how prettyPhoto can be used in XPages. prettyPhoto is a jQuery lightbox clone. Not only does it support images, it also support for videos, flash, YouTube, iframes and ajax. It’s a full blown media lightbox.
It is very easy to setup, yet very flexible if you want to customize it a bit. Plus the script is compatible in every major browser, even IE6. It also comes with useful APIs so prettyPhoto can be launched from nearly anywhere!
prettyPhot has been tested and is known to work in the following browsers: Firefox 3.0+, Google Chrome 10.0+, Internet Explorer 6.0+, Safari 3.1.1+ and Opera 9+.
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Create a business application using newer web technologies like HTML5, ASP.NET MVC, Web API, Knockout.js and jQuery.
This article is going to look at using jQuery wrap to dynamically wrap elements within others. One example of a situation where this might be used is for an image tag that needs to be contained within a div with a specific class name. It would make more sense if this could be done directly […]
Do you feel pretty comfortable with Kendo UI framework? Are your jQuery skills pretty top-notch? Good. Because you’re going to need them.
In this session recording from TelerikNEXT, I dive into some advanced Kendo UI concepts that require a mastery of the basics and your browser’s developer tools. In the session, I really dig in and look at how you can take your Kendo UI applications to 11. Hopefully, I left no stone unturned as I explored the depths of the advanced Kendo UI framework.