Who are you?

Clay Hess   August 24, 2016   No Comments on Who are you?
Who are you?

When utilizing forms, it is helpful to use a combination of the ID and name attributes, I typically name and ID my form and nearly all of my form fields so it is easy to manage them programmatically. Here is an example:

Accessing via ID or Name As you can… Read more »

GIGO

Clay Hess   August 22, 2016   No Comments on GIGO
Folder in the Trash

GIGO…Garbage In Garbage Out. This is a term that can sometimes be associated with data. Let’s face it, data is the lifeblood of any organization. In today’s marketplace, data analytics and data mining help organizations meet the needs of their clientele. So…that data needs to be protected to the utmost…. Read more »

String Objects – Case Sensitivity

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In JavaScript, case matters. It is a case sensitive language. Because of that, you have to keep in mind that when you are working with data, you might have equivalent data, but JavaScript does not see it as such. For example, the string “javascript rules!” is equivalent in data to… Read more »