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CSS Gradient Creations Popup Integration Tutorial

The work of yesterday’s CSS Gradient Creations Sharing Tutorial might cause you to query … What can these gradient backgrounds be applied to? So far, we’ve been thinking … a sizeable webpage element … but it could also be … … Continue reading

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CSS Gradient Creations Sharing Tutorial

Turning a web application like yesterday’s CSS Gradient Creations Tutorial “Gradient Creations” one into a web application where you can share your discoveries is an exercise in both … sharing and collaboration … as well as … accountability … opening … Continue reading

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CSS Gradient Creations Tutorial

The great CSS background “gradient” functionalities can come in four forms, those being … linear gradient (and repeating linear gradient) radial gradient (and repeating radial gradient) … as a means to add background interest, even to the point where the … Continue reading

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Download and Copy or Move Code Download Table Tutorial

After the “goings on” with the relatively recent PHP Blog Summary Fixed Title Events Tutorial we thought we were finished with “Code Download Table” functionality … but then … … along came Jones yesterday’s Download and Copy or Move Server … Continue reading

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Download and Copy or Move Server Tutorial

Yesterday’s Download and Copy or Move Primer Tutorial was all about the “client side” of … the “server” side web applications/pages … and … a “client” side listener (like we talked about with Korn Shell listeners with Pandoc Document Conversion … Continue reading

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