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AJAX stands for Asynchronous JavaScript and XML, and it is a programming technique used for creating dynamic and interactive web pages. It allows web pages to update content dynamically without requiring a full page reload.

AJAX programming language is not a programming language in itself, but rather a combination of existing technologies including HTML, CSS, JavaScript, and XML. AJAX makes use of JavaScript to send and receive data asynchronously in the background, without interrupting the user experience.

AJAX has become a popular technique for web developers because it improves the performance and user experience of web applications. For example, it can be used to create auto-suggest search boxes, real-time chat applications, and dynamic forms that update as the user interacts with them.

In addition, many JavaScript frameworks and libraries such as jQuery, React, and Angular have built-in support for AJAX, making it easier for developers to use and implement in their web applications.

Overall, AJAX is a powerful programming technique for web development that enables the creation of dynamic, interactive, and fast-loading web applications that provide a better user experience.

sumernote as a wordpress text editor

Yes, you can use Summernote as a text editor in WordPress. However, to do so, you will need to install a plugin that adds Summernote as an option in the WordPress editor. One such plugin is the “WP Summernote” plugin, which you can find and install from the WordPress plugin repository. Once installed, the plugin Read More

How Can I Make Multiple Summernote Text Area Fields

If you’re looking to add multiple Summernote text area fields to your webpage, it’s actually quite easy to do so. Summernote is a powerful WYSIWYG (What You See Is What You Get) text editor that allows you to create and edit content easily.To create multiple Summernote text area fields, you can follow these steps: Include Read More

Put Summernote in Dark Mode

Summernote is a popular WYSIWYG editor for web applications, and it supports a dark mode theme out of the box. Here are the steps to put Summernote in dark mode: Download the Summernote CSS file from the official website or use the following link: Include the CSS file in your HTML code. You can Read More

custom toolbar in Summernote

To create a custom toolbar in Summernote, you will need to modify the toolbar option during initialization of the Summernote editor. Here’s an example of how you can create a custom toolbar: $(document).ready(function() { var customButtons = [ [‘style’, [‘style’]], [‘font’, [‘bold’, ‘italic’, ‘underline’, ‘clear’]], [‘para’, [‘ul’, ‘ol’, ‘paragraph’]], [‘insert’, [‘link’, ‘picture’, ‘video’]], [‘table’, [‘table’]], Read More


Summernote is a free and open-source WYSIWYG (What You See Is What You Get) editor for web applications. It allows users to create, edit, and format text and HTML content with ease. In this article, we will explore how to use Summernote and get the most out of its features. Getting Started with Summernote To Read More

Delete Images Off Server In Summernote with php, mysql, jquery, and ajax

In this article, I will explain how to delete images from the server using Summernote, a WYSIWYG editor, with the help of PHP, MySQL, jQuery, and Ajax. Summernote is a popular open-source WYSIWYG editor that allows users to create rich text content, including images. Sometimes, users may want to delete the images they have uploaded Read More

Summernote How To Delete Images Uploaded To A Folder

In Summernote you want to be able to delete your images in your directory or folder at times. As far as I can see, this is the only tutorial out there on this, so I decided to do it. I made a tutorial in the past that shows you how to upload images to a Read More

Self Destruct Letter Script

This self destruct letter script is fun, fast and mobile friendly. All you have to do is download it and upload it to your server. I created this script a while ago but I made some updates to it. You can see the self destruct letter script in action here. Feel free to use it. Read More

Ajax In WordPress Tutorial Ultimate Beginners Guide

This is an Ajax in WordPress tutorial. Let it serve as an ultimate beginner’s guide for you. I have already made several posts on Ajax and how to use it. However, this is my first post for using Ajax in WordPress. I think you will enjoy this lesson with all the codes and video instruction. Read More

free code tester

A1WebsitePro is now offering a great new code testing tool. This tool is useful for everyone who needs a quick resource to test the code that they are working with. A Helpful Tool For Use With Tutorials If you need a place to practice the codes that we provide in our lessons before you add Read More

Lost Password Script AJAX jQuery Bootstrap PHP and MySql

This is a lost password script tutorial. I write it in AJAX, JQuery, Bootstrap, PHP and MySQL. People frequently lose their passwords. Password reset scripts are almost mandatory, with people expecting software to do everything for them. Writing scripts that let people reset their passwords do pose some risks. Are they using a secure email Read More

Contact Form with AJAX jQuery Bootstrap PHP and MySql

In this tutorial we create a contact form that enters contact information into a database. It will then send an email to you from your website. We do this with AJAX, jQuery, Bootstrap, PHP and MySql.–t5YA AJAX jQuery Functions Used ready() function to check the readiness of the DOM {Document Object Model} click() function Read More

Login Script with AJAX jQuery PHP and MySql

Let’s create a login script with AJAX JQuery, PHP and MySQL in this tutorial. We will create a form to login to the system and use AJAX with JQuery for the process. Next we will use PHP to process the form and return data to the webpage without reloading. Then we will set session variables Read More

Create Secure Password Sign Up Script With PHP jQuery and AJAX

Create a secure password sign up script with PHP, jQuery and AJAX with this easy to follow tutorial. Preliminary steps for this tutorial is to go over the last post Create A Database and Table At The Same Time With PHP. If you are already familiar with creating database tables this is the structure for the database Read More

jQuery Ajax Form Submit With PHP Processing

In this tutorial we will be submitting a form using AJAX with jQuery to PHP. What you need to understand is the jQuery is shorthand for JavaScript. jQuery has a bunch of JavaScript functions that make it shorter to call in when coding.  This particular tutorial is related to our other post in JavaScript Best Ajax Tutorial Read More