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Image Map Grid Styling Email Share Tutorial

As you may have surmised from yesterday’s Image Map Grid Styling Tutorial‘s … the more disappointing part, not fully resolved today, is that “overlay” ideas do not work well sharing with Inline HTML (PHP mail) Emails … today was set … Continue reading

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Image Map Grid Styling Tutorial

Adding to yesterday’s Small Image Map Grid Tutorial many programmers will feel that putting “image map” along with “styling”, as in today’s blog posting, is an oxymoron. Yes, the map element and area subelements are not really visible elements like … Continue reading

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Small Image Map Grid Tutorial

We came into the blog posting thread of yesterday’s Image Map Grid Email Share Tutorial applying an overlaid map element over a very small image (img (like a button)) element, being helped out by mobilefish in order to do this. … Continue reading

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Image Map Grid Email Share Tutorial

As is so often the case with a Primer tutorial such as yesterday’s Image Map Grid Primer Tutorial, in that first draft, it lacks accountability, as we define the “proof of concepts” ahead of that. Today, we both shore up … Continue reading

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Image Map Grid Primer Tutorial

Thinking on how … yesterday’s World Clickarounds Stationery Positioned Annotations Tutorial … “mapped” one (the “A4″ one) button’s functionality into (1 + 9)=10 pieces of functionality … via an … Image Map element we got mobilefish to help us create … Continue reading

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Favourites Poll Email Moderation Ajax Tutorial

We’ve added to the Favourites Poll functionality of yesterday’s Favourites Poll Email Moderation Contenteditable Tutorial by … preparing the ground for non-mobile “onmouseover” event Ajax logics associated with our “a” link href attributes that start with “HTTP” … but more … Continue reading

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Inhouse CSS Pseudo Element Co-ordinate Hover Tutorial

Today’s progress on top of yesterday’s Inhouse CSS Pseudo Element Co-ordinate Tutorial “proof of concept” feeling work is to allow non-mobile platforms respond to “the hover” (ie. Javascript) onmouseover event. We decide to allow a brief “preview” of what a … Continue reading

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Mobile Onmouseover Event Alternative Tutorial

Yesterday’s Smooth Spinner Game Tutorial … Yes, non-mobile players will score better than mobile device players, because of the existence of an onmouseover (ie. hover) event. This same lament for mobile devices is a similar lament regarding a lot of … Continue reading

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