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Form or Prompt Output Tagged Template Literal Tutorial

Yesterday’s Scrolling Logging Template Literals Primer Tutorial was the precursor to discussing “Tagged Template Literals” … A more advanced form of template literals are tagged templates. Tags allow you to parse template literals with a function. The first argument of … Continue reading

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PHP Date Difference Background SVG Image Tutorial

More progress onto that of yesterday’s PHP Date Difference Current Time Tutorial is to … add background image (based on SVG (mainly “text” element(s)) XML) showing … date’s day of week time’s analogue clock (in the form of an emoji) … Continue reading

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PHP Date Difference Current Time Tutorial

Today’s progress onto the start of yesterday’s PHP Date Difference Primer Tutorial is to allow the user … pick a Timezone name (or hour offset from GMT) from left hand dropdown(s) allow for a new option (off the hardcoded “Time” … Continue reading

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PHP Date Difference Primer Tutorial

When you think of Timezones, do you think of datetime differences? Okay, well some people must … surely? Anyway, we do. We wonder, thinking about other people in the wooooorrrrllllddd, what time is it for them? Even, what day is … Continue reading

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WordPress Calendar Widget Destination Webpage Image Background Tutorial

Yesterday’s WordPress Calendar Widget Table Cell Tutorial Image Background Tutorial highlights a talking point regarding webpage functionality … there is the flagging that “functionality is there” phase of webpage development … maybe almost as important as … the “functionality itself … Continue reading

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WordPress Calendar Widget Table Cell Tutorial Image Background Tutorial

The recently increased role for our Word Press Blog 404.php (initially envisaged by WordPress codex as the PHP to address HTTP error 404 “Page Not Found”) has opened the door to many more uses. And thanks here to Lorem Picsum … Continue reading

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Simple Emoji Border Card Sharing Tutorial

A web application such as yesterday’s Simple Emoji Border Card Client Tutorial‘s “Simple Emoji Border Card” creator lacks a bit of accountability if its end product, which is HTML, cannot be shared within the web application. And so, today, we … Continue reading

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Simple Emoji Border Card Client Tutorial

Yesterday’s Simple Emoji Border Card Primer Tutorial could well have been called either of … Simple Emoji Border Card Server Tutorial Simple Emoji Border Card PHP Tutorial … and a lot of users would “get the gist” relative to today’s … Continue reading

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