Creating Multi Level Dropdown Menu CSS & jQuery

I’ve been playing with a layout that needed an good looking dropdown menu, so I’ve decided to create one myself, and also created this tutorial, hopefully it will prove to be useful to those who needs similar drop down menu. We will be creating 3 level sub menus in pure CSS, it should work without any JavaScript, and at the end we will add jQuery for that sliding effect.

Select Box Change Dependent Options dynamically (JavaScript Object)

There are different solutions you can find that shows how to change/load the content in child <SELECT> element, depending on the selection of the parent <SELECT> options. Most examples uses Ajax or page refresh methods to achieve, which of-course are useful depending on the circumstance. But if you wish to use another simple method using pure JavaScript, here’s how you can do it.

Simple Chat Using WebSocket and PHP Socket

The WebSocket is a feature of HTML5 for establishing a socket connections between a web browser and a server, once the connection has been established with the server, all WebSocket data (frames) are sent directly over a socket rather than usual HTTP response and requests, giving us much faster and persistent communication between a web browser and a server. Let’s create a simple chat system using this cool technology (HTML5 WebSocket and PHP).

Capture Array Values from Dynamic input Fields using PHP

Well in my previous post, you were able to add multiple dynamic fields using jQuery. In this tutorial, we will collect values from those dynamically generated input fields, which can be displayed on user browser or store in MySql database.