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HTML Button Element Whitespace Primer Tutorial

The topic of “whitespace” in webpages is a very big subject for something a lot of us may think of as “the things that aren’t the things”, if you know what I mean? We talked about it a little with … Continue reading

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Rotation Game Tutorial

Can you guess what today’s tutorial is about if we say … yes, it’s about “rotation” … and another word for “rotation” could be … anyone, anyone … bit cheeky, but, yes, Tad ((it that Low?) … on second thoughts, … Continue reading

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Superannuation Consolidation in Australia Tutorial

It might surprise some Australian citizens that the same my.gov.au website addresses … Covid Vaccination Record downloads as we explained in Covid Vaccination Records in Australia Tutorial … as well as today’s … Superannuation Consolidation … albeit these two disparate … Continue reading

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Landing Page Navigation Bar Styling Tutorial

Back to Landing Page work, in the same realms as the recent Responsive Web Design Primer Tutorial today we’re presenting a styling (ie. CSS) tutorial making the navigation bars of this series of seven webpages more impactive. We thanks ideas … Continue reading

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Emoji in Sector Game Resize Tutorial

We find the “onresize” event one of the most interesting to code for with web applications. It can be a minor tweak right through to scenarios where it is just too hard not to … location.href=document.URL; // the onresize coward’s … Continue reading

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Emoji in Sector Game Primer Tutorial

We’re continuing on with the “style=position:fixed” theme of recent times. We’ve got for you a first draft of a “reactions game” called “Emojis in Section” where up to 5 players are presented with … a 5×5 grid of interest for … Continue reading

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