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Button Webpage Primer Tutorial

Further to the recent Button Versus Input Type Equals Button Primer Tutorial we know that … a webpage’s body element can have mouse or touch events associated with it to perform co-ordinate logic … but … there are some “framing” … Continue reading

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Button Versus Input Type Equals Button Primer Tutorial

It’s an … oh, by the way … day for us today! We’re poets and for the life of me we don’t know it (well, you had to be there, ‘ay!) Are you here as an early days programming learner? … 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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Inhouse CSS Pseudo Element Co-ordinate Tutorial

We’re looking further into the … Inhouse CSS Pseudo Element (:andbelow … and today adding :andleft :andabove :andright) co-ordinate styling … ideas we started with yesterday’s Haiku Animated Gif Creator Tutorial. Going into more practicalities here we found that if … Continue reading

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HTML Icons Primer Tutorial

Today we’re delving further into the HTML Icons start we made with yesterday’s Negative Margin CSS Primer Tutorial. W3school’s CSS Icons … How To Add Icons The simplest way to add an icon to your HTML page, is with an … Continue reading

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Javascript Replace RegExp Multiline ExecCommand Tutorial

The star HTML element of the recent Javascript Replace RegExp Multiline Primer Tutorial was the … textarea … and a regular reader will know how we here like to associate textarea thinking with … div contenteditable=true … thinking, representing alternative … Continue reading

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Javascript Internationalization Resolved Options Tutorial

The recent Collation Javascript Internationalization Tutorial thread of blog postings regarding Javascript (client) Internationalization ideas, via the Intl object was missing an “overture”, if you will. It’s (to do with) the resolvedOptions methods, the use of which can assist the … Continue reading

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Collation Javascript Internationalization Tutorial

On top of the recent Internationalization … DateTime … and … Currency and Number …. work, today we add on some … Collation … and let’s see what Wikipedia says about it … Collation is the assembly of written information … Continue reading

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