Selecting elements by data attributes is very easy in jQuery. As with all other attributes, we can simply use the attribute selector. In fact, we do not need to handle the data attribute in any special way, as long as the data attribute is available in the DOM. Please consider the following example. var matches… read more
Selecting elements based on their name attribute in jQuery is as easy as it should be. We can accomplish this by simply using the attribute selector as follows. For example, to select an input with the name username, use the following selector. var matches = $(‘input[name=”username”]’); Woah, that was easy, wasn’t it?
Making multiple concurrent AJAX requests to a PHP script, for example, may have left you wondering why the requests are not executed in parallel as expected. Rather, the requests are blocking each other. Chances are that this is caused by using sessions within the PHP script.