Creating and Implementing a beginner friendly scroll-to-top button for your website.

development
design, css, javascript, jquery, development, server, website, webpage, beginner

Scroll-to-top button for your website? Is it even that important? A simple push of a button could take the visitors to the top of the page however it seems I have few readers who loves to scroll their page using the scrollbars on the right. In the end, it is all fun and games when it comes to adding feature to this blog.

This scrolling feature seems to have quite an impact on the web surfers as there exists a chrome extension just for this very purpose, I am sure it is more advanced than what I did for my blog. In addition, I also need to refrain from overusing third party libraries as it takes quite a bit of toll on the webpage serving process therefore the very reason for me to write a very simple script myself.

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CSS Pseudo classes manipulation using jQuery.

development
css, design, develop, dom, style, manipulate, access, jquery

The Pseudo classes in Cascading Style Sheets (CSS) refers to the state of an element. Some of the element states among many that are useful for web designers or developers includes :active, :hover, :focus and :visited because in a designing phase, by altering these element states, one can focus on small details.

The biggest problem with Pseudo-classes manipulation using jQuery is that they are not a part of the Document Object Model (DOM) therefore is inaccessible by Javascript. Although they are rendered by the browser like any other DOM elements, they are not quite part of DOM.

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Scrollable Picture box in Windows Form using C#.

development
C#, csharp, development, form, design, windows, picture, image, box, container, fluid, layout

While I was working on my personal Comic Reader Application, I came across a problem which was quite difficult to find solution for. A scrollable picture box, as simple as it might sound, it quite isn’t.

I used C# 4.5 version for this particular project of mine and needed a zoom in/out, scroll a large image and such in a Window Form.

The solution I found out to be the most effective after spending hours searching Google results was a tad bit too simple.

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