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HTML5 Meter and Progress Element Onclick Tutorial

Yesterday’s YouTube Embedded Iframe API Playlist Tutorial got us hankering for either/both of … meter progress … be more proactive by nature, in terms of the fact that neither, in “native thinking terms” are changed in look (and value) via … Continue reading

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Animation via RequestAnimationFrame Event Tutorial

Still within the “Proof of Concept” realms, today we add onto yesterday’s Animation via RequestAnimationFrame Primer Tutorial “colouring in” background pixels with a mouse and touch event driven additional functionality “set” allowing for … when user clicks first “in the … Continue reading

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Animation via RequestAnimationFrame Primer Tutorial

Have you set up some animation using the Javascript setTimeout and/or setInterval timer functions, and found yourself disappointed with a lack of smoothness of animation? You are not alone. Have you tried (the good advice of) requestAnimationFrame event logic in … Continue reading

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HTML Input Placeholder Primer Tutorial

We find the HTML input tag placeholder attribute an interesting feature, in that we find the labelling of HTML input type=text textboxes a bit awkward in a styling sense for left justified forms in that the textboxes need extra work … Continue reading

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HTML a Link innerHTML Extender and Event Propogation Primer Tutorial

Guess the recent PDF Attachments Add Page Tutorial got me in the mood for “nesting”, and a curiosity I’ve always had, but never “implemented”, is to do a Javascript DOM thing that feels a lot like “linked list” work and … Continue reading

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Monthly Chronicler LocalStorage Tutorial

Are you familiar with “LocalStorage” at the client side of web application usage, as an alternative to HTTP Cookie usage? It can store much more information than HTTP Cookies, but has no expiry date as such. This is not to … Continue reading

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Monthly Chronicler Date Range Tutorial

Today’s crucial Javascript function is called “nothing” (or more specifically setTimeout(nothing,600); (to have a small delay to when it gets used)). How did this come to pass? Well, today, with some new onclick event logic allowing for the user to … Continue reading

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WordPress Blog Course Design Double Click Tutorial

As a web application programmer do you go around looking at a webpage design and think in an “event driven” way for ways to add functionality? I’m forever thinking this way, as what has mostly disappointed me as an “out … Continue reading

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