Original Price = Sale Price / Difference
Here’s an example: $50 / (1 – 0.2 = 0.8) = $62.50
The sale price is $50. The discount is %20 percent. First we subtract the discount 0.2 from 1 resulting in 0.8. Dividing the sale price by that number results in the original price of $62.50. Continue reading →
Ever have an element with clipped content and wanted to know the total height of the elements contained therein? I have a client who wants the height of the main content to be clipped to a preset height (don’t ask me why). Which means I need to dynamically add a “read more” link to expand the container and show all the content.
Well, here’s how you calculate the combined height of the children with jQuery… Continue reading →
Simply enter an amount into either field and the conversion is automatic.
PS: If you leech my code, at least link to me for credit 😉