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Screen Corner Horizontal and Vertical Text Share Tutorial

With yesterday’s Screen Corner Horizontal and Vertical Text Position Tutorial you had a quite private and non-collaborative web application, but today, we open that up to some email sharing collaboration possibilitites. To offer this sharing … for the first time … Continue reading

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Screen Corner Horizontal and Vertical Text Position Tutorial

It’s an interesting conundrum in our minds that as soon as we get satisfaction from the construction of a web application whose webpage activities fill up the screen, as with Screen Corner Horizontal and Vertical Text Content Tutorial, we then … Continue reading

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Screen Corner Horizontal and Vertical Text Content Tutorial

Yesterday’s Screen Corner Horizontal and Vertical Text Primer Tutorial concentrated on a web design for a web application, but today, we turn our attention to … some rudimentary ideas regarding the content in the middle of the webpage … bounded … Continue reading

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Screen Corner Horizontal and Vertical Text Primer Tutorial

We’ve used the CSS property “display: flex;” before when we presented CSS3 Flexbox Table Tutorial. When used “well”, and we say “well” because it takes a bit of practice to work with it, this CSS property can be used to … Continue reading

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Google Places API Autocomplete Proof of Concept Primer Tutorial

Huge “where of life” concept ahead! Yes, we are trialling the great Google Places API, specifically a proof of concept use of autocomplete logic checking keyboard entered places letter by letter. Cute, huh? As you can imagine, “incumbency” is big … 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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Javascript DOM Images Collection Primer Tutorial

We think the Javascript DOM (or Document Object Model) is the best means by which to create dynamic HTML webpages. The two objects of a webpage of most interest to us are … document … and to a lesser extent … Continue reading

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