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Overlay Iframe Remembering Textarea Client Quiz Wikipedia Tutorial

With the Teletext Country Capital Quiz section of the functionality of the web application of Overlay Iframe Remembering Textarea Client Wikipedia Tutorial we wanted a different style of Wikipedia integration. We wanted to help out the user with their wrong … Continue reading

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Gmail URL Linker Simulation Intersessional Tutorial

“Intersessional” … is that even a word …? Well, yes it is. But what we like to call “intersessional” is what many of you might just call “cookies”, because these “cookies” have become so synonymous with “remembering what the customer … Continue reading

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Overlay Iframe Remembering Textarea Client Wikipedia Tutorial

We’re back from the Gmail Linker work of yesterday’s Gmail URL Linker Simulation Wikipedia Tutorial with Wikipedia “imagery” in order to augment the Overlay Iframe Remembering Textarea Client Sharing Tutorial of recent times, that we promised to return to … … Continue reading

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Gmail URL Linker Simulation Wikipedia Tutorial

Yesterday’s Gmail URL Linker Simulation Primer Tutorial linker was useful in terms of text, but what if we could add some image context. To add that image context we add code to optionally process … Wikipedia … URL links …or … Continue reading

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Just Javascript Webmail No Body Attachment Tutorial

A “hard liner” for the proper use of “business emails” could argue that an email without an attachment is not productive. Couldn’t you just have a face to face meeting instead, if there is just wording in the email (as … Continue reading

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Just Javascript Webmail No Body Tutorial

Were you around and interested in our series of about three blog postings in the series on the theme of creating webpage functionality of some interest, involving no Javascript, when we presented Missing Javascript Audio on Unmute Tutorial? Well, today, … Continue reading

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WordPress Blog Collaborative Annotated Email FormData Post Tutorial

Yesterday’s WordPress Blog Collaborative Annotated Email User Experience Tutorial helped with practicalities regarding user experience with this WordPress Blog highlighting of text accumulated into the body (as HTML attachment) and subject (as text) of an Annotated Email form of collaborative … Continue reading

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Ajax FormData Javascript JSON Parse and Stringify Primer Tutorial

For the most part, adding onto yesterday’s PHP JSON Decode and Encode Primer Tutorial with today’s clientside “Ajax FormData Javascript JSON Parse and Stringify” thinking we could have started afresh with an HTML codebase, except for one thing in the … Continue reading

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