Forcing the min/max on HTML number inputs

HTML5 has fantastic new features — one of them is type="number" attribute for input tags, which (among other things) restricts the user to only entering numbers (and spawning the number keyboard on mobile phones) and giving a (not always useful) widget that lets you increase/decrease the number. Unfortunately, one piece is missing (at least from most browsers I’ve seen): restricting the input to numbers within the min/max range.

Fortunately, a little JavaScript (via jQuery) can fix that. Add the below to your site, and any input type="number" tags on your site will have their min/max values enforced.
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Hack your money: Ebates.com

Do you buy stuff online, and do you want to get hundreds of dollars cash back on your purchases? I do, too, and over the past eight years, I’ve made almost $250 doing it — and I’m going to show you how. . . . → Read More: Hack your money: Ebates.com

Making the old new: Classic ASP and CSFBL

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What’s my Programmer Competency (take 2)

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Microsoft’s PowerBI Knowledge Base offers lorem ipsum (and little more)

This is a screenshot of Microsoft’s new PowerBI dashboard platform. I needed to talk to their tech support so I clicked the “contact support” link and got this screen.

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