zmprov createAccount name=”EmaiID” givenName=”Firstname” initials=”MiddleInitials” sn=”LastName” displayName=”DisplayName” zimbraAccountStatus=”Status” password=”Password” confirmPassword=”ConfirmPassword” zimbraPrefTimeZoneId=”TimeZone” description=”Description” zimbraNotes=”Notes” telephoneNumber=”Phone” homePhone=”HomePhone” mobile=”Mobile” pager=”Pager” facsilmileTelephoneNumber=”Fax” company=”Company” title=”Job Title” street=”Address” l=”City” st=”State” postalCode=”PostalCode” co=”Country” zimbraPrefMailForwardingAddress=”UserSpecifiedForwarding address” zimbraMailForwardingAddress=”ForwardingAddressHiddenFromUser” zimbraPrefCalendarForwardInvitesTo=”ForwardCalendarInvitationsToTheseAddresses” zimbraMailQuota=”AccountQuotaInMB” zimbraPasswordLocked=”PreventUsersFromChangingPassword”

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Jquery watermark plugin

For code please access – https://github.com/khudka/watermark

 

jquery watermark plugin

A simple lightweight plugin for creating watermark on text input controls.

Salient Feature:

  1. Most importantly it does not create a watermark on the control itself. It creates and overlays another control over the original one. This stops confusions during validations. If the text box is blank then you still validate for empty string rather that the watermark text.
  2. Only 1.2 kb in size.

Installation

Include script after the jQuery library (unless you are packaging scripts somehow else):

<script src=”/path/to/jquery.watermark.js”></script>

 

Usage

Please make sure that you use “id” for the control you want to watermark

Create watermark with default options:
$(“#controlID”).watermark();

Create watermark with custom options:
$(“#controlID”).watermark({ color: ‘#999’, bgcolor: ‘red’, text: ‘From Date’ });