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Ajax Auto-completion Internationalization Stay Tutorial

With yesterday’s Ajax Auto-completion Internationalization Trip Tutorial … we got to a destination on a trip … and today, as far as being online goes with this, we start thinking more about … your stay at that destination … new … Continue reading

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Ajax Auto-completion Internationalization Trip Tutorial

We add onto yesterday’s Ajax Auto-completion Internationalization Capitals Tutorial some Trip Planning functionality today. Don’t know about you, but we find ourselves mulling over maps for hours, wondering about far off lands. Now that Google Maps makes it so easy … Continue reading

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Ajax Auto-completion Internationalization Capitals Tutorial

Having seen Toy Story 4 we were inspired enough to dedicate today’s blog post to all those onions out there dedicated to improving the layers of our understanding, all those “onions of the 4th dimension” out there! Because yesterday’s Ajax … Continue reading

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Ajax Auto-completion Internationalization Email Tutorial

On top of the progress of yesterday’s Ajax Auto-completion Internationalization Revisit Tutorial we have a dual purpose set of improvements today, those being … introduction of “long hover” functionality to the Ajax Autocompletion menus presented, whereby the Wikipedia and Google … Continue reading

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HTML Mouse Events Colour Coded Tutorial

Compare yesterday’s HTML Onmouseup and Onmousedown Events Primer Tutorial to today’s work and we dare to prononce … Isn’t colour coding marvellous? Well, some people may disagree, but we’re definitely not disagreeing with ourselves … so there … ngair! (keeps … Continue reading

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HTML Onmouseup and Onmousedown Events Primer Tutorial

Yesterday’s HTML Onmouseleave and Onmouseout Events Primer Tutorial opened the door to the mouse events less commonly used, we venture. “But there’s more” here. Again, we venture, it is the onclick event that interests programmer’s the most, given the human … Continue reading

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HTML Onmouseleave and Onmouseout Events Primer Tutorial

Further to the event disrupters of HTML Event Disrupters Primer Tutorial we’re building a proof of concept on top of another proof of concept in order to talk about two HTML mouse events, those being … onmouseleave onmouseout … that … Continue reading

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WordPress Highlighted Search Follow Up Tutorial

Am glad to have coded this Highlighting Search functionality in two stages, that being … yesterday’s WordPress Highlighted Search Primer Tutorial as shown below that established the orange highlighted display … and then … today’s linking of highlighted 1 to … Continue reading

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