Category Archives: Games

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Workplace Concepts Game Horizontal Rule Reveal Tutorial

Today we want to add a “reveal” feel to the previous Workplace Concepts Game Horizontal Rule Cell Tutorial. Our favourite “reveal” element combination is the team of details tag and its nested summary tag partner. The great thing about these … Continue reading

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Javascript DOM Images Collection Primer Tutorial

We think the Javascript DOM (or Document Object Model) is the best means by which to create dynamic HTML webpages. The two objects of a webpage of most interest to us are … document … and to a lesser extent … Continue reading

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Muscle Groups Quiz Game Primer Tutorial

Similar to yesterday’s Respiratory System Quiz Game Primer Tutorial, but that little bit different, we write a Muscle Groups web application today. With today’s muscle groups quiz we allowed the share of the photo taken with an iPhone, out of … Continue reading

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Respiratory System Quiz Game Primer Tutorial

The previous Body Systems Quiz Game Primer Tutorial shares many commonalities with today’s Respiratory System quiz, two major commonalities being … the source for the quiz knowledge … thanks to HLTAAP001 Recognise healthy body systems TAFE NSW both quizzes have … Continue reading

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Tic Tac Toe Class Tutorial

What do “Simon Says” and “Tic Tac Toe” have in common, for us today? They’re both games. Yeh, well … okay … but apart from “They’re both games” … What do “Simon Says” and “Tic Tac Toe” have in common, … Continue reading

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HTML Square Horizontal Rule Memories Card Game Tutorial

Back to the grid and line and vertex work of the recent HTML Square Horizontal Rule Graph Multiple Numerics Tutorial, today we add on some functionality to its underlying web application’s grid underpinnings which is a card game called Memories, … Continue reading

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Emoji Game HTML Type Tutorial

Did it interest you that the recent Textarea Emoji Game Primer Tutorial web application was called dropdown_emoji_game.php and yet it was pretty obvious the main HTML element type of operation was a … textarea element … a “block of text” … Continue reading

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Textarea Emoji Game Primer Tutorial

Today’s web application works involves a very simple premise for a game, but we hope some of the methods needed, some new to us, will be of interest to you too. The game, for up to seven players, has a … Continue reading

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