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English Translated Verb Conjugation Countdown Timer Tutorial

We had occasion to revisit our inhouse Italian/French/Spanish Verb Conjugation web application “redirector” (in that it is third parties doing the bulk of the work, thanks), further to the English Translated Verb Conjugation Emoji Tutorial‘s last mention. It struck us, … Continue reading

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Mak-yek Game Tutorial

Adding to the recent Chess and Draughts Game Styling Tutorial we add … a Mak-yek Game (as proposed today) … has more in common with … a Chess Game … in the sense that the … playing board is the … Continue reading

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Chess and Draughts Game Styling Tutorial

Onto yesterday’s Draughts Game Logic Tutorial we progress with … mild styling makeovers for the Chess and Draughts Game looks … structure of webpage, in a user experience sense, helping make enough room for the main point of the webpage, … Continue reading

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Draughts Game Logic Tutorial

Is “mutipurposing code” overrated? We asked the general populace. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . You know what? We’ll leave that topic … Continue reading

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Chess Game Check Logic Tutorial

Finally, after the recent Chess Game Correspondence Tutorial, today, we tackle … Chess check logic … regarding … castling knowing when your King is in check or somebody has put your King in check knowing when an illegal move has … Continue reading

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Chess Game Correspondence Tutorial

Yesterday’s Chess Game Midway Scenario Layout Tutorial “Midway Layout Scenario” for our Chess Game Practice was a conduit to another idea. Any ideas what? Anyone? Anyone? Yes, Con Nike, we can send off a snapshot of the Chess Game at … Continue reading

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Chess Game Midway Scenario Layout Tutorial

We are always intrigued by those Chess “end game scenarios” that appear in the newspaper. We’re guessing to get good at Chess you need to know strategies to adopt for various scenarios. With that in mind, in addition, onto those … Continue reading

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Chess Game Practice Player Commentary Tutorial

We wanted to start thinking more of the players regarding our recent Chess Game Practice web application, further to yesterday’s Chess Game Practice Touchdown Tutorial. As such, regarding player names in games we really admire the … contenteditable=true … global … Continue reading

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