Tag Archives: aesthetics

File API File and Reader Objects Client Server Tutorial

When you are “surfing the net” entering URLs in web browser address bars or clicking hyperlinks you are a “client” but once you “go” you visit a “server” of one sort or another, and today, moving forward with our “media … Continue reading

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File API File and Reader Objects Aesthetics Tutorial

Yesterday’s File API File and Reader Objects Primer Tutorial left us with a web application that presented input type=file “multiple” collected local (ie.client) file data into … new (webpage popup) window … the default, or … iframe … that latter … Continue reading

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Google Chart Area Bar Column Line Superimposition Share Tutorial

We think it would be great to open up yesterday’s Google Chart Area Bar Column Line Superimposition Tutorial‘s new superimposition functionality for “the statisticals” Google Charts, those being the Area and Bar and Column and Line charts, to a means … Continue reading

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Google Chart Area Bar Column Line Superimposition Tutorial

Our study of the Google Charts API has led us to identify “synergy sets” of chart functionality as per … “the statisticals” … Area and Bar and Column and Line charts … the subject of today’s tutorial … damn! … … Continue reading

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HTML Table Cell Maintained Dimensions Variably Zoomed Styling Tutorial

Today we wanted to address some of the aesthetics of the web application of yesterday’s HTML Table Cell Maintained Dimensions Variably Zoomed Hashtagging Content Tutorial. Primarily we wanted the cells to stand out more in a 3D way, and so … Continue reading

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Firefox Reader View Primer Tutorial

We’re big fans of “Reader Views” in the modern web browsers. Firefox has got one called … you guessed it … “Reader View”. The idea behind “Reader Views” is that they offer to declutter views of “selected” webpage data. “Selected”? … Continue reading

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PHP GD Image at Pixel Level Animation Rotation Tutorial

Onto yesterday’s PHP GD Image at Pixel Level Animation Sharing Tutorial animated image pixellation sharing capabilities, today we’d like to add some capabilities to rotate those pixellated images, mainly via PHP’s … imagerotate … GD image library method. We rotate … Continue reading

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PHP GD Image at Pixel Level Animation Sharing Tutorial

Although we had sessional accountability with the pixellation animation ideas of yesterday’s PHP GD Image at Pixel Level Animation Aesthetics Tutorial, when there is a “tool” involved in a project, such as this one, we like to make it more … Continue reading

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