A tooltip is a small pop-up element which shows information when moving the mouse pointer to the element. You can dynamically update the tooltip content with AJAX if you don’t want to fix the content while creation.
You can add the tooltip to the element with Bootstrap, jQueryUI, or any other library.
I am using jQuery UI library in the tutorial.
In the demonstration, I am displaying the list of users and dynamically load information on the tooltip with AJAX on mouse hover.
The accordion is an expandable collapsable container layout which takes less space within the page. It is divided into multiple sections or parts and each has contents.
How it’s Work?
The user only able to view one section at a time for seeing other sections content he/she need to expand that section. When a section header gets clicked then it expands and show its content and collapsed previously opened section.
When its require?
When you page contains many forms or contents here, you can use it to divide them into various sections the effect of this is that now its look more user-friendly and easy to navigate.
In this tutorial, I talked about a two jQuery method – switchClass() and toggleClass(). As their name suggest its related to classes, and they both are used for changing or replacing the class from an element.
When did it use?
You can use them to show the change of state of the element according to the condition, toggling classes within the elements or may be in some other cases.
For example – You have an Education website where students are assigned to courses. When student reading lessons there is an option for setting Lesson state to read or Unread. For showing the change of state you have created two classes one for unread and another for read which you want to use according to the state of a lesson.
In this kind of case you can either use removeClass() and addClass() for removing one class and add another class to an element or do it using a single method (switchClass or toggleClass).
Within tutorial, I am creating a small example for that where I use switchClass() method and various other examples to explain both methods.
Schedule post in WordPress is its inbuilt feature, you don’t need any extra plugin for it, which is great. and if you want the more extra feature then you go with Plugins.
You will find many free plugins for this purpose.
Why does anyone need to schedule their posts?
If you manage to write 4,5, or more post in a day and you don’t want to publish all of them at that time. The solution for it is either save them to Draft and click on Publish Button for publishing when the right time comes. But you need to login to your Dashboard every time when you want to publish it.
The next case, if you completed your post at night and don’t want to publish it right away. You want to publish it in near future.