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Animated GIF Slide Extraction Applied CSS Styling Tutorial

We dedicate today’s blog posting to the English phrase (that maybe works in other languages) … Same, same but different … as it is about the pros and cons of HTML iframe integration, especially as it applies to CSS styling. … Continue reading

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Animated GIF Slide Extraction CSS Styling Tutorial

Another aesthetic plus on top of … user experience improvements … can be … CSS styling … which we flesh out more of today, further to yesterday’s Animated GIF Slide Extraction Speed Test Tutorial. What was new to us with … Continue reading

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Animated GIF Slide Extraction Speed Test Tutorial

Yesterday’s Animated GIF Slide Extraction User Experience Tutorial sparked our interest in that … we wondered whether hashtag components appended to ($_GET) address bar URLs perhaps consisting of ? and & argument parts slowed things down … and after first … Continue reading

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Animated GIF Slide Extraction User Experience Tutorial

We often equate the term “user experience” with “niceties”, in that we often find we deal with “user experience” issues well into a project, but you can put more effort into forward design planning so that you deal with it … Continue reading

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Animated GIF Creation Canvas Integration via Slide Extraction Tutorial

Thinking about yesterday’s Animated GIF Creation Data Limits via Slide Extraction Tutorial‘s progress … What about if the user is happy to use those filled in animated GIF slide textboxes (with delay and title) to create a user created (and … Continue reading

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Animated GIF Creation Data Limits via Slide Extraction Tutorial

Even PHP’s $_POST[] approach to HTML form navigation data sharing has it’s limits, and that can be challenged when considering a whole set of data-URI defined animated GIF slide images. But, behind the scenes, when $_POST[] does not get filled … Continue reading

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Colouring In Drag and Drop Reveal Wikipedia Images Tutorial

At first, today, we thought we’d apply new “show Wikipedia image” ideas via … Ajax methodologies … but then saw that … iframe … <iframe onload=ouriaj(this); id=”ourifaj” src=” style=display:none;></iframe> … calls … better fitted in with our functionalities, but the … Continue reading

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Colour Coded Mobile Form With Onsubmit Captcha Tutorial

Yes, am sure lots of you could have told me about yesterday’s Colour Coded Form With Onsubmit Captcha Tutorial … But what about mobile? Well, it’s your turn to say … Told you so. It’s the scenario whereby there is … Continue reading

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