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Local Fonts Revisited Middle Tutorial

With software integration we normally find it is from the “outside in”, in somewhere shape or form, not like today’s emphasis on the “middle”, in that … lots and lots of hierarchical issues still only go to the “parent” and … Continue reading

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Local Fonts Revisited Dropdown Tutorial

Introducing the HTML textarea element got us thinking about line feed content when we presented Local Fonts Revisited Textarea Tutorial, and earlier on we’d shored up the logic by involving the div (contenteditable=true) … (innerText || contentWindow || contentDocument) text … Continue reading

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Local Fonts Revisited Textarea Tutorial

We find with some projects you have to remain fairly “current”, else it becomes very hard to get back into it. The recent Local Fonts Revisited Onclick Tutorial is very much “one of those projects”. There is a correlation for … Continue reading

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Local Fonts Revisited Onclick Tutorial

Not much doing aesthetics wise with today’s improvements on yesterday’s Local Fonts Revisited Application Tutorial. It’s more a shoring up of the logic of that div contenteditable=true user defined field and incorporating two new ideas or concepts, those being … … Continue reading

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WordPress Blog Collaborative Annotated Email FormData Post Tutorial

Yesterday’s WordPress Blog Collaborative Annotated Email User Experience Tutorial helped with practicalities regarding user experience with this WordPress Blog highlighting of text accumulated into the body (as HTML attachment) and subject (as text) of an Annotated Email form of collaborative … Continue reading

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WordPress Blog Collaborative Annotated Email User Experience Tutorial

Did you try yesterday’s WordPress Blog Collaborative Annotated Email Tutorial highlighting of text Annotated Email functionality? If you did, you might have found a “hair trigger” timed user experience. You had a very small amount of time to decide on … Continue reading

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HTML Square Horizontal Rule Image Map Notice Board Tutorial

Following on from yesterday’s HTML Square Horizontal Rule Image Map Are You Okay Tutorial we wanted, today, to “test the waters” with the news of recent emoji additions to ask a lot of this world, and see how emojis stack … Continue reading

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HTML Square Horizontal Rule Image Map Are You Okay Tutorial

The recent HTML Square Horizontal Rule Image Map Jigsaw Quiz Tutorial has a fair degree of flexibility, and we want to try more ideas to learn more (and modify more, as you will see later). Was reading through a course … Continue reading

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