Here is a quick code snippet showing how to initiate a Bootstrap date picker control when elements other than the input are clicked.
How do you stop ASP.Net Validation controls taking up precious space in the DOM when there are no errors? Don’t create complex classes and overrides. Just tweak the validation control code and some easy CSS.
We all want to give our viewers the best experience, so here is a quick CSS solution to an age-old problem of screen clutter.
Here are some useful “template” CSS snippets for you to add to your core CSS file. When I say core, I mean a default CSS file that you can port between projects. This file simply does layout, global styles and mixins.
For those of you who use Twitter Bootstrap at all, you may have come across this problem already. If you haven’t seen this issue, here is an explanation so you know what to expect if it does happen. I found an issue where Bootstrap transitions interfere with my later transitions. Here is a fix to make your transitions stick to your elements.
I’ve recently been working with the Kendo UI Core grid and thought I would share some of the things that I did to make my grids flexible and UX friendly.
It’s !important (hehe) to know how your styles are being applied to the DOM.
Every form needs to be validated in one way or another. The most basic form of validation is check that all required fields have been given values. Here is a script that should help with that.
Everyone works with grids. A lot of times, these grids have checkboxes to allow the user to perform an action on multiple items in the grid. Here is a quick overview of handling checkboxes in a grid situation.