Monthly Archives: March 2013

How to hide close button on jQuery Dialog

Here is the trick to remove the close button (the x in the top right corner) on a dialog box created by jQueryUI: Result: Here is how the dialog will look: Related articles jQuery For Beginners (Part 6) – jQuery UI And

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Displaying HTML from XML – XSL !

HTML doesn’t display when part of the XML data and when you try to render it using XSL. It takes HTML tags as plain data by default. In order to render HTML data through XSL, use the XSL disable-output-escaping property in xsl:value-of element. Code

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