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Mobile Onmouseover Event Alternative Tutorial

Yesterday’s Smooth Spinner Game Tutorial … Yes, non-mobile players will score better than mobile device players, because of the existence of an onmouseover (ie. hover) event. This same lament for mobile devices is a similar lament regarding a lot of … Continue reading

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Smooth Spinner Game Tutorial

Adding onto the recent Onmouseover and Onmouseout Event Monitoring Tutorial … Simple Maths Timer Game Onmouseover and Onmouseout Monitor … we add, today, a new … Smooth Spinner Game … test of a user’s control, nerve and patience, where they … Continue reading

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Onmouseover and Onmouseout Event Monitoring Tutorial

Perhaps you were reading yesterday’s Maths Ouija Board Quiz Primer Tutorial and wondering “what gives with the ‘mo_me_rt_t.htm’ name of the web application”? Well, the original inspiration at “Moving the mouse: mouseover/out, mouseenter/leave”, thanks, was for an Onmouseover and Onmouseout … Continue reading

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Maths Ouija Board Quiz Primer Tutorial

We’re not really using a ouija board with today’s Maths Quiz web application, but if you use the mouse or trackpad means by which to answer the Maths arithmetic, it can feel like an ouija board in play. We’ve arranged … Continue reading

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Shooting Star Two Player Game Tutorial

We’ve extended the recent Shooting Star Game Primer Tutorial to allow for a two player game option under the following conditions … you need two pointing “means” per one “device” … like a trackpad and wireless mouse, that is so … Continue reading

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Shooting Star Game Primer Tutorial

We’ve got one of those pretty simple “click ‘em up” games for you today, inspired by the CSS brilliance of W3School’s glowing text idea, thanks. That set us to thinking of Emojis we could apply (in front of the great … Continue reading

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HTML/Javascript Areas Canvas Tutorial

In revisiting the HTML/Javascript Areas Tutorial of some years back now, a recent common theme occurred to us … a lack of visuals. This game could be made much more interesting, we think, by showing a graphical view of a … Continue reading

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Workplace Concepts Game Horizontal Rule Reveal Tutorial

Today we want to add a “reveal” feel to the previous Workplace Concepts Game Horizontal Rule Cell Tutorial. Our favourite “reveal” element combination is the team of details tag and its nested summary tag partner. The great thing about these … Continue reading

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