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Image Element Dynamic Filter CSS Mobile Filter Tutorial

Huh?! Two uses of “filter” in the blog posting title? Can anyone, yes anyone, in the class explain? Yes, Henry … oh … you’ve forgotten … we might get back to you shortly … Anyone else? Over there, is it … Continue reading

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Image Element Dynamic CSS Canvas Context Filter Tutorial

Ask and ye shall discover, ‘guvner. Ask … image to canvas include css filters … which got us to the excellent … How to save image from canvas with CSS filters … including the great canvas advice … There is … Continue reading

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Image Element Dynamic CSS Hashtag Sharing Tutorial

Our recent realization that “hashtag sharing” could be the alternative to our “PHP mail” exploits of the past meant that … that “proof of concept” idea we had of involving the HTML canvas sharing conduit we wanted to tell about, … Continue reading

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Image Element Dynamic CSS Primer Tutorial

We’re curious about something and need to start a new “proof of concept” (first draft) phase involving, at this early stage … HTML img elements … applied dynamic user selected CSS (with an emphasis on dropdown suggested filter property usage) … Continue reading

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Colouring In Drag and Drop Reveal Wikipedia Images Tutorial

At first, today, we thought we’d apply new “show Wikipedia image” ideas via … Ajax methodologies … but then saw that … iframe … <iframe onload=ouriaj(this); id=”ourifaj” src=” style=display:none;></iframe> … calls … better fitted in with our functionalities, but the … Continue reading

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Colouring In Drag and Drop Mobile Journey Game Tutorial

We needed to considerably change yesterday’s Colouring In Drag and Drop Pseudo Element Content Tutorial “Journey Game” logic to work with mobile platforms, to do with … for “easy” Journey Game options we change size of “mytable” table and hide … Continue reading

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Colouring In Drag and Drop Pseudo Element Content Tutorial

Our current Colouring In web application project has relied a lot on HTML table, then tbody, then tr (row), then td (table cell) elements, believe it or not, up to today, not requiring any … traditional content (in Javascript DOM, … Continue reading

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Colouring In Drag and Drop Hazardous Journey Game Tutorial

Back to thinking about Drag and Drop, a lot of the way it works, favours web application game development. You don’t even have to involve the “drop” part of the concept. Just using the “drag” part, and the “ondragover” event, … Continue reading

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