This is a simple date validation. The script is written for the European format (ddmmyy), but can easily be changed.
This script verifies that a string looks like a real e-mail address.
This script verifies that a string is numeric, otherwise it deletes the non-numeric character.
Dates are validated and formatted in your form. Supports over a dozen different date formats, and formats the date properly in United States or European date formatting styles depending on how the script is configured. A dateCheck function also is included if you wish to compare two dates. Wow!
Verify the value of an IP address. Check for special cases such as "0.0.0.0" and "255.255.255.255". Cool!
Validates an input field to make sure that only a number or character is entered. If you enter a number or a letter everything you can continue on. But, try entering another value like an exclamation point (!), an ampersand (&), or a dollar sign ($) and see what happens. It even highlights the incorrect entry field for you. Nice!
Input the Social Security Number using either the 9 digit or NNN-NN-NNNN format. The number ranges can be easily changed by the S.S.A, so this is not checked.
Validate dates in your form using this universal script. Will work with any date format and the code is fully commented for easy modification. Great!
This script works like our Password Verifier, however, it also checks for a minimum length and invalid characters.
Collecting e-mail addresses in a form are important as they are generally the only method of contacting the user. This script will verify an e-mail address is entered correctly by requiring the user to re-enter the address, checking to make sure there is no typographical error. This script can also be used for passwords or other information that must be verified before being submitted.
When requesting certain information, such as an e-mail address or a password, it's usually best to have the user enter the information twice in order to verify that a typing error did not occur. This script will do just that, and will provide a message for your user that it has been done.
Text scrolls from bottom to top, pauses, then scrolls up and out of view. A link can be added, opening in a new window. Configuration is simple.
Just a nice basic poker game. Lotsa luck! IE only.
If you have a number of videos to show off, a select list is a good option. Use this script to display videos in a popup window, using the video links from the list. This method saves a large amount of space on the page.
Display information in a very compact manner in order to save space on your Web pages. When any radio button is selected, its corresponding information is automatically displayed in the area to the right. Highly customizable.
Display detailed information about members or products in a compact manner. When a radio button is selected its corresponding information is displayed in the area to the right with an image. Great for products, membership lists, address books, and more.
A fine example of the classic virgenere script and is nearly impossible to decode, even when using frequency analysis. This script is also entertaining since you can actually see the encryption taking place.
This script is a reusable system for adding a graphical keyboard interface to text fields, password fields, and textareas so they can be filled with mouse only. It also adds easy access to special characters your existing keyboard may not otherwise have the ability to generate. Comes with Arabic, Belgian, Dutch, Dvorak, French, German, Greek, Hebrew, Hungarian, Italian, Lithuanian, Norwegian, Number Pad, Polish Programmers, Portuguese, Russian, Slovenian, Spanish (Spain), Turkish-F, Turkish-QWERTY, UK, US Standard and US International keyboard layouts, dynamically selectable. Add additional layouts is simple. Easily implemented on any Web site.
This script will send you an e-mail whenever the page with the script is loaded. This script works great as long as you don't have too many visitors or it spams your e-mail box!
This cookies records how many times the visitor has visited the page and writes to the page accordingly.
This cookie records the number of visits, and displays a message showing how many visits have been recorded.
Unequal column heights make CSS layouts difficult to manage when the height of content cannot be known in advance, particularly in scenarios where absolute positioning is in use. While there are a variety of strategies to deal with this issue, here's a jQuery-based fix.