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Multipurpose Buttons Emoji UTF-16 Tutorial

Yesterday’s Multipurpose Buttons Emoji Input Tutorial‘s HTML Entity emoji input Javascript code sometimes output … &#[UTF-16-Decimal-In-Range-0xDC00-0xDFFF];&#[UTF-16-Decimal-Surrogate-Pair]; … and today’s work was to turn such arrangements into a single … &#[HTML-Entity-Decimal]; … so our Javascript can form the emoji display via … Continue reading

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Multipurpose Buttons Emoji Input Tutorial

Progressing further into our “Multipurpose Buttons” project onto yesterday’s Multipurpose Buttons Ondblclick Event Tutorial … emojis are not only useful as menu type Multipurpose Buttons Emoji Links Tutorial links … but also as … emoji text input for the button … Continue reading

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Multipurpose Buttons Ondblclick Event Tutorial

Yesterday’s Multipurpose Buttons Email Attachment Download Tutorial built on Multipurpose Buttons Onclick Event Logic Tutorial before it, but today’s job is to shore up some of the weaknesses for mobile platforms of attempting to use the mobile (touch) “ontouchend” event … Continue reading

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Multipurpose Buttons Email Attachment Download Tutorial

Most of the time developing webpages for a public URL on the World Wide Web we’d suggest and encourage Relative URLs rather than Absolute URLs for … brevity avoids mixed content issues … but there are some occasions where it … Continue reading

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Fairy Story Chrome Dictation Punctuation Tutorial

It’s when you start analyzing the written word, in our case the “English Word” sentences you might compose using the web application of yesterday’s Fairy Story Chrome Dictation Mixed Content Fix Tutorial that you realize how important are … punctuation … Continue reading

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Fairy Story Chrome Dictation Mixed Content Fix Tutorial

Yesterday’s Fairy Story Chrome Dictation Tutorial suffered from Mixed Content (ie. the mixing of https: and http: protocol data sources, even if (just) involving this RJM Programming domain). We got into the pickle, though, because some great Emoji helper resources … Continue reading

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Fairy Story Chrome Dictation Tutorial

There is another tool we can think of to improve Fairy Story Names and Connectives and Punctuation Dropdown Helpers Tutorial. That is Speech to Text functionality that can work on Google Chrome non-mobile platforms. Still here with all this? Current … Continue reading

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Feedback Annotation Canvas Image Tokens Tutorial

The discovery in yesterday’s Linux sendmail Remote Attachment Tutorial that … in the “body” section part of the email above the attachment we’ve written functionality for Content-Type: text/plain … so why not today write functionality to cater for Content-Type: text/html … Continue reading

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