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HTML Multiple Form Multiple Submit or Image Buttons Tutorial

The previous HTML Multiple Form Multiple Submit Buttons Primer Tutorial‘s web application used as its HTML form navigation conduit … the clicking of input type=submit buttons … but did you know that there is an alternative HTML form navigation button … Continue reading

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YouTube Embedded Iframe API Synchronized Superimposition Search Tutorial

It’s all well and good writing new functionality into a web application, like we did with the “superimposition” of YouTube video via its Embedded Iframe API interfaced videos here at RJM Programming in yesterday’s YouTube Embedded Iframe API Synchronized Superimposition … Continue reading

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YouTube Embedded Iframe API Synchronized Superimposition Tutorial

In addition to yesterday’s YouTube Embedded Iframe API Synchronization Tutorial … synchronizing functionality for YouTube video via its Embedded Iframe API interfaced videos here at RJM Programming … we think another interesting “value add” could be … superimposed (and synchronized) … Continue reading

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YouTube Embedded Iframe API Synchronization Tutorial

The last occasion we had to change our inhouse interfacing to the YouTube video via its Embedded Iframe API was its (sub)interfacing to Wikipedia Flipcard Quiz Emoji Tutorial. Yes, there is no “(sub)interfacing” word … oops … we found one … Continue reading

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Mobile Onmouseover Event Alternative Tutorial

Yesterday’s Smooth Spinner Game Tutorial … Yes, non-mobile players will score better than mobile device players, because of the existence of an onmouseover (ie. hover) event. This same lament for mobile devices is a similar lament regarding a lot of … Continue reading

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Smooth Spinner Game Tutorial

Adding onto the recent Onmouseover and Onmouseout Event Monitoring Tutorial … Simple Maths Timer Game Onmouseover and Onmouseout Monitor … we add, today, a new … Smooth Spinner Game … test of a user’s control, nerve and patience, where they … Continue reading

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Onmouseover and Onmouseout Event Monitoring Tutorial

Perhaps you were reading yesterday’s Maths Ouija Board Quiz Primer Tutorial and wondering “what gives with the ‘mo_me_rt_t.htm’ name of the web application”? Well, the original inspiration at “Moving the mouse: mouseover/out, mouseenter/leave”, thanks, was for an Onmouseover and Onmouseout … Continue reading

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Maths Ouija Board Quiz Primer Tutorial

We’re not really using a ouija board with today’s Maths Quiz web application, but if you use the mouse or trackpad means by which to answer the Maths arithmetic, it can feel like an ouija board in play. We’ve arranged … Continue reading

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