View Source of a web page on iPad, iPhone or iPod Touch (using mobile Safari)

After recently implementing WPTouch Pro for mobile devices, I was curious to know what HTML it generated when viewed from my iPhone and iPad. Surprisingly the mobile Safari browser does not have an option to view source, even more surprising is that I’ve just found this out after owning a iPhone for over 3 years!. This little guide shows you how to view the source code for the HTML, CSS and JavaScript code of a web page from Safari on the iPad, iPhone or iPod touch.

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How to build a simple search filter with jQuery

There are occasions when developing a web application where you’d like to give users the ability to search or filter the information presented.  For example, a web application may feature a page listing your DVD collection, and you want the users to find the movie they’re looking for quickly and easily.  This article shows you how little code is need to achieve this functionality using jQuery.

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