My JQUERY reference

var i = {one:1,two:3,three:[{four:8},2,3]} = Array format access by:, i.two, i.three[0].four returns 8, i.three[2] returns 3.

var i = [‘value’,’value2′,’value3′] = Another way to create array = To access a variable in an array

$.browser = Is an array that will loop through to find the browser you are using.It also contains the version.
$.support = Contains browser capability. To access it you go. $.support.[name], possible values are:
boxModel:if browser supports w3c box model.
cssFloat:if css float i used to acess css float value.
hrefNormalized: doesnt alter the results of getAttribute(‘href’). htmlSerialize: if properly serialize using inneHTML. leadingWhitespace: if browser preserves whitespace with innerHTML.
noCloneEvent: if does not clone handlers when cloned.
objectAll: if getElementByTagName returns all elements. opacity: If browser supports opacity styling.
scriptEval: if appenchild/createTextnode executes.
style: if getAttribute(‘style’) return the correct inline style.
tbody: if browsers allow table without tbody.

JQuery Selectors

$(‘#id’) = Selector of an element
$(‘p’) = Select all P tag in the page
$(‘p.class1’) = Select P with class1 as the class
$(‘div p.class1’) = Select p class1 inside div
$(‘p’).size() = return number of P in the page
$(‘p:first’) = Select the first occurence of P
$(‘p:last’) = Select the last occurence of P
$(‘p’)[0] = Select the first occurence of P but NOT Jquery element just normal DOM.
$(‘p > strong’) =Select <strong> with direct parent <p>
$(‘#div1 p:even’) = Select :even p elements inside #div
$(‘#div1 p:odd’) = Select :odd p elements inside #div
$(‘#div1 p:not(.class1)’) = Select all p but not p with class1
$(‘#div1 p:eq(0)’) = Select p first index
$(‘#div1 p:gt(5)’) = Select all p with index greater than 5
$(‘#div1 p:lt(5)’) = Select all p with index lower than 5
$(‘#div1 p:empty’) = Select all p with no children.
$(‘#div1 p:contains(text)’)= Select all p that contains specified text.
$(‘#div1 p:has(strong)’) = Select all p that has strong tag.
$(‘#div1 p:visible’) = Select all p that are visible.
$(‘#div1 p:hidden’) = Select all p that are hidden.
$(‘#div1 p:[style]’) = Select all p with style property
$(‘#div1 p:[border=1]’) = Select all p with border=1 property
$(‘#div1 p:first-child’) = Select all p that are first child of parent #div1
$(‘#div1 p:last-child’) = Select all p that are last child of parent #div1
$(‘#div1 :input’) = Select all input inside #div1.
$(‘#div1 :text’) = Select all input text inside #div1.
$(‘#div1 :radio’) = Select all input radio inside #div1.
$(‘#div1 :checkbox’) = Select all input checkbox inside #div1.
$(‘#div1 :enabled’) = Select all elements that are enabled inside #div1.
$(‘#div1 :disabled’) = Select all elements that are disabled inside #div1.
$(‘#div1 :checked’) = Select all elements that are checked inside #div1.
$(‘#div1 :selected’) = Select all elements that are selected inside #div1.
$(‘#div1 p:nth-child(3)’) = Select the 3rd p inside #div1.

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Is your Exit Isolation mode missing in 3ds Max?

All you got to do is run this macro:
“(iso2roll.c2iso.changed (iso2roll.c2iso.state = false))” then you can drag and drop it in your toolbar, but sometimes when you do this macro, weirdly enough your Exit Isolation Mode goes back in view. Forgetting this whole shebangs. but either way you have your Exit Isolation Mode or Exit Isolation in toolbar handy for you next time! =)

Difference between Forward and Inverse Kinematics for dummies

Like me I always known what Inverse Kinematics is specially when doing 3d Rigging, so whats the opposite of that.The forward kinematics of course.

Lets go with Inverse kinematics, its something to do with joints, for example our arms and legs, they bend in one direction, it could be on any other direction for say a robotic arm. But what makes it bend? When you do push ups, a force is being applied on your hand, making the joints in your arm bends in a certain direction. Its called affectors , a force that affects certain part of an object. The whole idea of is called Inverse Kinematics in simple terms.

Forward kinematics is easy, think of 90 degree angle lines, think of yourself holding a 1kilo barbel, we normally just lifts it with our forearm, down and up. Also our legs when you kick a soccer ball, when you lift your whole arm up in the air. These movements is termed forward kinematics the force is being applied from the joint. Robotics make use of these terms, and while character rigging in 3ds max you can find them as well.

So just a little snippet so my little self dont forget.

XForm Modifier 3ds Max – for dumb dumb like me

Well Ive been trying to demistify the use of XForm I mean so what If the mesh scales, rotates, moves different in what it says in the parameter panel.

Actually XForm modifier is useful when you dont get the desired effect you want. Especially when it comes to scaling your object, a bunch of wacky result could show up for example a bend modifier when applied and when you try to scale the height. It will look wonky.

Bootstrapping – Relative Path trailing slash / (PHP)

When developing a site with bootstrapping in mind, (by the way bootstrapping is a technique in web development when all request gets directed to one page that is usually index.php for example a request to page, , etc. is handled by index.php with the help of a mod_rewrite script in the root directory. And creates a slug url for SEO.) when this is done an issue will occur relating to relative path and pointing to static files in your site such as images, css and scripts especially . Imagine this scenario:
Examine the file structure


When someone request a url from your site eg. “http://domain/user” and in the page your css points to “css/style.css”, your page will come out alright but when they add a slash at the end “/” “http://domain/user/” like so, your browser will interpret the slash as a folder location to “user/” so if your path to your css is “css/style.css”, your browser will look for the file in “user/css/style.css” which in this case the folder doesnt exist and so your website will come out really messed up.

So remember to fix this when you are developing a site based on bootstrapping. You can fix this either by .mod_rewrite or simply via your PHP script by checking the trailing slash at the end from the REQUEST_URI variable.
Until next time.

JQuery Plugin Must haves

As I am currently working on a website right now. And Im using JQuery as my javascript library and its the way to the future when it comes to DHTML and this accompanied with plugins that are useful to make developing easy and fun. Here are the plug ins I use for my reference your and yours.

* JQuery Form Submit
This will let you submit forms via AJAX automatically that can save you time doing AJAX. This also lets you upload files via ajax and its pretty daunting doing file upload via ajax.

*JQuery Text Resizer –
This allows your text area to be resizeable its pretty easy to set up.

I will update this list regulary once I come across other useful plug-ins.

PHP Header Function – Redirect – Exit

I was developing my site when something weird happened , mostly sessions get UNSET in the end of my php script, but when developing In the middle script a redirect function like the “header(‘location: http://mydomain/etc’);” I assumed once redirected the any script below it wont run anymore but I was wrong.

Then as soon as the header function has been called, the script below it ,has triggered as well while performing redirect. At first I didnt know what was wrong with it until I just unknowingly added EXIT; after the header function and everything works fine.

So for my reference ALWAYS REMEMBER TO PUT an exit function AFTER the redirect function so that there wont be any weird issues developing your site along the way. Especially when your developing using PHP.

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