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    Introduction: This tutorial is a continuation from my previous tutorial in which I covered the database design and HTML password reset form scripting for this password reset ticket system. Part Two - Fake Data: Before we can even think of making a password reset ticket system, we need to create a fake user to which we can reset their password. This series isn't on how to make a register or login...
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    Introduction: This tutorial is on how to create a full ticket system in PHP, HTML, and MySQLi. Since ticket systems require a lot of fairly complex code, for beginners, this will be split up in to multiple tutorials/sections. This first section is on the database design, and basic HTML form. Theory: The theory behind this system is that it is a slightly more secure way of enabling your users or...
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    Introduction: This tutorial is going to be explaining the Javascript/jQuery events for mouse enter and leave. jQuery Events? jQuery or Javascript events are triggered when the appropriate event trigger occurs. The trigger is easily determined by simply looking at the event name, for example; this tutorial is on the 'mouse enter' and 'mouse leave' events, which are therefore triggered when the...
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    Introduction: This tutorial will be on how to use an API which returns a JSON format of information in PHP. API? JSON? An API stands for an Application Program Interface and is used by external applications to connect with prebuilt libraries or sources of information via the API making the connection between the two. JSON is a form of information formatting, and stands for JavaScript Object...
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    Introduction: Welcome to the third and final part of Parallax Scrolling tutorial in HTML, CSS, and jQuery. This part is going to cover the jQuery part of the script, which handles the actual moving of the parallax effect. Including jQuery: Before we can begin writing a bit of jQuery, we must first include it in our HTML file. To do this, go to the official jQuery website; http://www.jquery.com/,...
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    Introduction: This tutorial is the second part of my Parallax Scrolling mini-series tutorial in which we are going to be using CSS styling to style our required tags and classes. CSS: CSS is Cascade Style Sheets and are used to styling elements in HTML to make their visual appearance more appealing. Internal: I am going to be using internal CSS for this tutorial which means I only require the...
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    Introduction: This tutorial is the first of three parts in which I will show you how to create a Parallax effect using HTML, CSS, and the Javascript library jQuery. What is a Parallax Effect? A parallax effect is where one element or layer moves in the opposite direction to another element or layer. This can be used in a professional manor for some websites to give a nice, smooth effect to the...
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    Introduction: This is the final part of my mini-series explaining how to create interactive tracker boxes in HTML, CSS, and jQuery to allow HTML content to change once the user interacts with the boxes. This part is will explain the final step, jQuery. jQuery Installation: To begin using jQuery within our file, we first need to link it. We can either download and include the jQuery files, or we...
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    Introduction: This tutorial is the third part of my interactive tracker boxes tutorial series which allows content to change dependant upon which tracking box the user clicks on. This part is covering the content of the tracker boxes. HTML: The heading for the box which is hovered over will go under the 'informationTitle' CSS ID, and the information will go under the 'informationParagraph' CSS ID...
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    We want to implement array class with the following specifications: - range checking. - array assignment. - arrays that know their size. - compare arrays using '==' and '!=' operators. In the next example we will implement a simple class for integers is called Array, it has the previous specifications, and it has the following structure: class Array { friend ostream & operator << (...

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