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WordPress Is Mentioned By Less Recently Modified Tutorial

Supposing you came in here paying scant attention to the Blog Posting Title and its Animated GIF Tutorial picture I’d like to set you the challenge to look at the build up to organizing the use of the theme for … Continue reading

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HTML Enabled and Disabled Buttons Game Tutorial

During a period when working with accountancy desktop applications with SAP Business One and Accpac some years back, a crucial aspect to make the GUI applications work, was to do with the enabling and disabling of buttons as the processing … Continue reading

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Emoji Circuit Quiz Animated Emoji Tutorial

Ever since we got some “animated emojis” working, when we presented Mind Map and Flowchart and Venn Diagram Tutorial we’ve been wondering where we could apply it in a less gimmicky way. Half way to non-gimmicky, we figured, was in … Continue reading

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CSS3 Button Animation Transition Game Sharing Tutorial

There are some familiar “items” with today’s additional functionality to yesterday’s CSS3 Button Animation Transition Game Tutorial … and some other matters we encourage you to consider, the primary one of these being … the benefits of multiple class HTML … Continue reading

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CSS3 Button Animation Transition Game Tutorial

The recent CSS3 Transition Game Tutorial had us examining CSS3 (Cascading Style Sheet) specification “Transitions” as tools for animation styling. Today we … apply such “transition” thinking to the animation of HTML button elements (as inspired by https://www.w3schools.com/css/tryit.asp?filename=trycss_buttons_animate1 thanks) … … Continue reading

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