Tag Archives: Google Chrome

WordPress Blog Posting Trending Search Troubleshooting Tutorial

It can be tempting to put down “revisit to functionality” oddities as one off issues not to be concerned about. But this is not always such a good strategy, and is a bit of an arrogant strategy, because it is … Continue reading

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WordPress Code Download Table Interface Linux Diff CSS Tutorial

It takes me a long time to get annoyed at a web page (CSS) styling “annoyance” for two reasons … the same reason the recent War on Waste series had resonance here in Australia, with so many people, regarding that … Continue reading

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Webcam Mobile Tutorial

Am hoping most of you laptop and desktop computer users were able to see a webcam working with our web application we left off last with Webcam Photobooth Tutorial as shown below, and that’s great if that is the case, … Continue reading

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Webcam Photobooth Tutorial

The webcam of a computer device can be like a video selfie except that when filming something it can be flipped horizontally, like when dealing with mirrors, on occasions, especially after a heavy night! And that’s where the Mac OS … Continue reading

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Webcam Primer Tutorial

The webcam of a computer device can be a very useful piece of hardware. We’ve written an “entry level” web application using your device’s webcam, should it have one, and should you give permission for the web application to access … Continue reading

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Do It Yourself HTML Textarea Editor Javascript Tutorial

You can avoid using Server side code with your web applications, and client side Javascript can do a lot for you to make some interesting web applications, but should you find something not working about the process, you’ve virtually run … Continue reading

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Do It Yourself HTML Editor Integration Tutorial

We have been thinking with our latest project called “Do It Yourself HTML Editor” that it bore huge similarities to the Legend via HTML Map Element ideas we started with the blog post series ending with Legend for and from … Continue reading

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Do It Yourself HTML Textarea Editor Post Tutorial

We’re introducing a “duck paddling fast underwater” but “who says you have to be the duck” aspect to our “Do It Yourself HTML Editor” today, adding onto the (blog posting) thread we left off yesterday with Do It Yourself HTML … Continue reading

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