While answering questions on StackOverflow I found this interesting question asking on how to use row grouping with checkboxes. I recently wrote an article about unofficial RowsGroup plugin and became curious whether it will work correctly with our Checkboxes plugin.
Google Analytics spam is a headache for many website administrators. Spamming techniques constantly evolve since 2014 when referral spam started with bots from semalt and buttons-for-website that visited your website and left fake referrals.
In late 2016 we saw language spam where spammers manipulated
Accept-Language HTTP header with entries like o-o-8-o-o.com search shell is much better than google!” or Secret.ɢoogle.com You are invited! Enter only with this ticket URL. Copy it. Vote for Trump!.
Carlos Escalera, Google Analytics expert, writes articles about SEO and Google Analytics and has written an excellent step-by-step guide to exclude irrelevant traffic from reports – Ultimate Guide to Getting Rid of All the Spam in Google Analytics.
Laravel DataTables adds server-side processing capabilities for a table powered by jQuery DataTables to a Laravel application. There is official site with detailed documentation and good examples. However I couldn’t find an example of using orthogonal data for sortable and searchable fields containing timestamps.
Responsive extension for jQuery DataTables is a great tool to solve the problem of displaying large tabular data for smaller screen devices. However it’s use with other extensions like Select extension requires special handling.
There is no standard method to reset
<input type="file"> element without resetting the whole form. However there is elegant way to do it with just a few lines of code using jQuery.
One of the most common issues with tables using jQuery DataTables and Bootstrap framework is when the table is initially hidden, for example in inactive tab or accordion menu. When user activates the tab or opens the menu and table becomes visible, it usually has columns with incorrect width or unexpected behavior.