Today, almost everyone realizes the growing significance of creating responsive solutions. In fact, having a responsive web design has become an undeniable part of the design and development process, which can be attributed to the increasing mobile usage over laptops/desktops
We used .attr() method to get the attribute value of a checkbox. Which would return “checked” if the checkbox state is checked. But as of jQuery 1.6 it will return undefined if checkbox state is not set.
Although the tradition of creating a logical and structured layout using CSS has received innumerous appreciations from web developers across the globe, there have been multiple pitfalls associated with the same. Even with the quick availability of handy tips and tricks on creating a CSS layout, some or the other kind of bugs/errors tend to enter into the code. In this post, I’ve jotted down a list of 15 common bugs encountered during creation of a CSS layout. So, let’s take a closer look at each of these bugs and get to know about their simple-to-follow fixes.