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WordPress Highlight Lookups Plugin Cookies Tutorial

The recent WordPress Highlight Lookups Plugin Tutorial presented a static 8 option list of absolute URLs to navigate to, nuanced by the highlighted text of the user on a webpage of this blog. Our aim today is to loosen that … Continue reading

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WordPress Highlight Lookups Plugin Tutorial

Yesterday’s WordPress Highlight Lookups Tutorial showed us … functionality to link highlighted text to Wikipedia, Google, Free Dictionary and other inhouse links via the TwentyTen theme’s wp-contents/themes/twentyten/header.php … and today, the lesson is that any functionality you do that way … Continue reading

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WordPress Highlight Lookups Tutorial

We’re back at WordPress TwentyTen theme header.php change methodologies to implement some new WordPress functionality like yesterday’s WordPress Plugin Primer Tutorial in that highlighted text of a webpage is used (except that we’ve now opened it up to the non-admin … Continue reading

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HTML Map Element SVG Context Tutorial

An improvement to yesterday’s HTML Map Element SVG Tutorial “where” type HTML map onclick type web application is to interface to some contextual Google Chart “friends” … Geo Chart Map Chart … the Geo Chart contextualizing at the world view … 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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Fruits Emoji Multiple Player Game Tutorial

Yesterday’s Fruits Emoji Game Primer Tutorial was a prototype version of a fairly simple quiz presenting Emoji “p” Fruit elements to aid with quizzing the user for an English answer. That “English” limitation still applies after today’s developments, and we’ll … Continue reading

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HTML/Javascript/PHP Compose Music Makeover Tutorial

It was a long time ago we set up protocols to save music compositions with the web application written as a result of the HTML/Javascript/PHP Compose Music Tutorial a long time back now. When we think of “the water under … Continue reading

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