Tag Archives: jquery
So, I always hate it when I receive an email from a company to sign up for an event or download a white paper, but when I click to get to the offer, they couldn’t be bothered to pre-populate the form with information about me they clearly already had (Name, Email, etc.). This is a bit challenging without a CRM, but if you have a good mail client, it can be done easily.
With this quick script I can specify the minute, hour, day, month and/or year that I’d like certain elements to show by assigning them a CSS class of remove or show.
These two design components are flashy but I’m not always certain if they’re necessary (or if anyone actually cares) so I wanted to be able to track the clicks on both the carousel & the accordions.
Working with jQuery Accordions I ran into two issues that seemed to be simple but turned out to be a hassle since answers were all over the place from using Python to C++ to it can’t be done.