1.  How To Create Your Own Ajax Contact Form

Ajax (Asynchronous Javascript and Xml) has become a very popular tool in web design. This tutorial will teach you how to make an ajax contact form using PHP and Jquery. See the code in action here.

2. Submit A Form Without Page Refresh using jQuery

Another great way of utlizing jQuery to enhance user experience is to not just validate, but to submit your form entirely without a page refresh. In this tutorial I’ll show you how easy it is to do just that — submit a contact form that sends an email, without page refresh using jQuery! (The actual email is sent with a php script that processes in the background). Let’s get started.

3. Building a Sleek AJAX Email Signup Form

Building-a-Sleek-AJAX-Email

In this tutorial, we’ll learn how to create a slick email signup form. This form will harness the full power of AJAX, meaning that we will submit data to the server, validate it, and receive a response – all without a single page refresh! Along the way, you should pick up some useful tips related to PHP and JavaScript, as well as general programming best practices.

4. Creating a Slide-in jQuery Contact Form

Contact forms are an indispensable part of every website. They are mostly implemented on a separate page and they rarely display creativity, even though there are many ways to improve their visual style. In this tutorial you will see how to create a dynamic, slide-in contact form using jQuery.

Let’s see what we’re trying to achieve with this tutorial. The image below shows the layout of our goal. In the upper right corner of the content is “Contact us” link. When the user clicks on it, the contact form will slide down. When the user submits the form they will get a message that their message has been sent successfully and within two seconds, the entire form will slide up.

5. AJAX Contact Form with Realtime Validator – Powered by JavaScript and PHP

The aim of this tutorial is to help you to create a simple (tableless) contact form using AJAX, JQuery & PHP. We will have a HTML page which will contain the form, a CSS file, a php page where the data will be sent and another file where the validation function(s) will be located. JQuery is a new and powerful library which simplifies the way that you write JavaScript.

6. Justify elements using jQuery and CSS

When creating a web form you have to make a functional and visually aligned layout. The simplest way to do this is to place elements in a table or by fixing width of labels. Tables stretch its cells according to width of largest element in a column. That way you can have aligned form. Fixing label width will also also allow you to have a hard-coded but aligned form.

7. A jQuery inline form validation, because validation is a mess (With AJAX Submit)

When it comes to form validation, it’s hard to have a versatile solution that works with every form. Figuring out how to display errors is not a simple task. This is something I tried to remedy with this script. When an error needs to be displayed, the script creates a div and positions it in the top right corner of the input. This way you don’t have to worry about your HTML form structure. The rounded corner and shadow are done with CSS3 and degrade well in non compliant browsers. There is no images needed.

8. Create a shoutbox using PHP and AJAX (with jQuery)

Create a shoutbox using PHP and AJAX (with jQuery)

We will learn how to create a dynamic ajax based shoutbox with jQuery from scratch. It will be very interesting to know how to use the ajax function of jQuery and how it can be used to insert and recover data from a MySQL database via PHP in a way asynchronous.

9. How To Build Quick and Simple AJAX Forms with JSON Responses

In this tutorial, we will go through the steps to setting up an AJAX form, which will return a JSON response used to display success/error messages. We will be using jQuery and jQuery Form Plugin to make this entire process very quick and painless.

10. Perfect signin dropdown box likes Twitter with jQuery

Twitter’s running a new homepage with clean and easy design. Look at the top right of Twitter’s homepage, you’ll see the sign in button which will drop down the login form. Today, I will make an entry to show you how to create a login drop down with Twitter style using jQuery. It’s really easy, it’ll help you save the space of your webpage and make visitors feel comfortable by the awesome toggle login form. This entry will explain how it works step by step and it’s good for learning jQuery how to do the toggle and tooltips. Enjoy it!

I Hope you enjoyed these amazing tutorials, Let me know if you guys have any other new tuts via comments.

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