Tag Archives: HTML5

Colour Wheel Canvas Analogue Clock Background Blend Mode Tutorial

Revisiting the web application of Colour Wheel Canvas Analogue Clock Background Tutorial happened with the original idea to talk about … W3school’s How To Avatar Images webpage … and saw it was mainly a CSS border-radius:50%; way to show circular … Continue reading

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HTML5 Mark Tag with Glowing Text Tutorial

To get the background to our attention seeking “mark” tag “glowing text” application please read … HTML5 Mark Tag Div Contenteditable Tutorial … along with … Glowing Text Validation Primer Tutorial‘s thread of blog postings below inspired by the CSS … Continue reading

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Colour Wheel Canvas Analogue Clock Background Tutorial

Time and place are very suitable concepts for web application work such as that of yesterday’s Colour Wheel Canvas Analogue Clock Resize Tutorial. Today’s work introduces into this “Colour Wheel” (so far analogue clock) TimeZone functionality, to us a great … Continue reading

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Colour Wheel Canvas Analogue Clock Resize Tutorial

“To resize, or not to resize, that is (often) the question.” In “web application land” this question’s answer often revolves around whether a “web application” is a “production tool”, needing to work for lots of platforms, in as many situations … Continue reading

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Colour Wheel Canvas Analogue Clock Primer Tutorial

Today’s new thread of web application ideas has “circle” ideas reminiscent of the recent Circular Text or Emoji Roulette Animation Tutorial but rather than “circular text”, today we are utilizing the very useful HTML5 canvas element, again. “Colour wheel” idea … Continue reading

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HTML5 Form API Validation Revisit Tutorial

You’d think after a long time in the programming world thinking the command line was so good, I’d have stopped relying on imagery to be interested in information. But, there you go, truth be told, it’s either me or the … Continue reading

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HTML Oninvalid Event Form Validation Primer Tutorial

It’s good that there are such a variety of approaches with clientside HTML and Javascript and/or among serverside (eg. PHP, Perl, Python) components to your webpages that involve forms (because for yours truly it can seem soul destroying the way … Continue reading

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HTML5 Web Audio Piano Mobile Tutorial

You guessed it! The software integrations of yesterday’s HTML5 Web Audio Piano Tutorial had issues with the mobile platforms. Do fish swim? Do axolotl have two L’s and two O’s? Yes, yes and yes. With our iPad and iPhone testing … Continue reading

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