Author: <span class="vcard">Yogesh Singh</span>

Autocomplete search element show suggestion based on user input e.g. listing all products which start with character ‘a’.

For implementing this in the program you need to send AJAX when a keyup event triggers on an input element.

What in the demonstration?

Show an input box for searching users and show the list of the result based on input. When the users select any of the items from the suggestion list then fetch details of the selected value and display it on the screen.

Make Autocomplete search with jQuery AJAX

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Sometimes it requires to auto populate data on the element based on selection on another element e.g. City names based on a state.

You can do this with the only PHP but it required you to submit every time on selection.

This solves your problem but it is little frustrating because it submits every time even if the selection is right or wrong.

For making it better you can use AJAX with jQuery that loads new data and removes old one on each selection.

In the demonstration, I am creating a Department drop-down list and based on the option selection show all existing users of that department on another Dropdown.

How to Auto populate dropdown with jQuery AJAX

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A Login page is one of the basic requirement when creating a registration based website where the user can register to the website and sign in to its account to manage.

In this case, you can use AJAX to create an user-friendly login page.

Which checks the entered username and password in the MySQL database table without reloading the web page. If the user is not available then show an error message on the screen otherwise redirect the user to a new page.

Login page with jQuery and AJAX

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With login page allowing the users to enter in the website and manage its content. It important to initialize the $_SESSION when the user successfully logged in.

This helps to detect the user is actual logged in or not when going to another web pages and also display content according to it.

Create simple login page with PHP and MySQL

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Pagination helps us to split the large list of records into multiple parts. This improves the UI and page load faster.

It limits the number of records visible to the user and requires to navigate through pagination control to view another list.

In this tutorial, I show how you can simply create pagination with HTML, CSS, and PHP.

How to create Pagination with PHP

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In this tutorial, I show you How to use AJAX for uploading an Image file. That lets users upload their image and see their image preview after uploading.

This type of functionality you have already seen on many websites.

When does it use?

You can use it when you don’t want to disturb user experience and show a preview of an image after file uploaded successfully.

How to upload Image file using AJAX and jQuery

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Using Pagination you can divide the huge list of data in multiple parts or pages. The user only able to see specific numbers of records and need to navigate for viewing another list of records.

In the demonstration, I am creating a table structure which shows the list of records. Adding AJAX pagination which has a previous and next button for navigation.

Ajax Pagination with jQuery and PHP

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If you allowing the user to login with their username and password then you have to make sure that every user has the unique username.

When the user goes for registration on your site check username either after form submitting or check it with AJAX while entering.

In this tutorial, I am using Jquery AJAX to check username is available or not.

Check username availability with jQuery and AJAX

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Tab content area occupies less space and can handle a lot of information within the web page. It displays multiple sections in a neat way.

This makes easier for the user to quickly switch from one section to the other.

In this tutorial, I am creating a simple Tab layout with HTML, CSS, and jQuery.

Simple Tab content area with HTML, CSS and jQuery

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In this tutorial, creating the accordion using HTML, CSS, and jQuery.

The accordion is a vertically stacked list of items. Each item can be “expanded” or “collapsed” to reveal the content associated with that item. There can be zero expanded items, exactly one, or more than one item expanded at a time, depending on the configuration.

Accordions are popular because they allow developers to force large amounts of content into tiny spaces on the page.

How to make Accordion with HTML, CSS and jQuery

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