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Random Background Webpage Masking Tutorial

Another “layer of functionality” we are interested in regarding the burgeoning “Random Background Images” web application of yesterday’s Random Background Webpage Fade Tutorial, featuring the wonderful Lorem Picsum, is … image masking … and we allow for … radial gradient … Continue reading

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Random Background Webpage Fade Tutorial

We add in CSS driven fade in and fade out functionality on top of yesterday’s Random Background Webpage Primer Tutorial which introduced a simple web application accessing the wonderful Lorem Picsum‘s access to great photographs used as a background image … Continue reading

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Random Background Webpage Primer Tutorial

The work of yesterday’s Text Background Clip Primer Tutorial had us stumbling upon (thanks to Emoji + background-clip:text) the “totally excellent and generous” Lorem Picsum website, it being a randomised resource enabling access to excellent photography images. The upshot is … Continue reading

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Drag and Drop Iframe Mobile Tutorial

Yesterday’s Drag and Drop Iframe Primer Tutorial‘s “Drag Around” (HTML iframe element(s)) web application based itself on W3Schools‘s How To Create a Draggable HTML Element non-mobile drag and drop logic. But, can we amend that logic for touch mobile platform … Continue reading

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Drag and Drop Iframe Primer Tutorial

We were “really taken” by the possibilities trying out How To Create a Draggable HTML Element (by W3Schools), to drag and drop elements on non-mobile webpages. So much so, we wrote a “proof of concept” dragger and dropper of up … Continue reading

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Video to Amended Animated GIF Mobile Slide Swap Tutorial

The “drag” about yesterday’s Video to Amended Animated GIF Drag Slide Swap Tutorial‘s slide swapping functionality was that mobile platforms were left out. Sometimes there is no alternative modus operandi to offer a mobile user, but here, we did not … Continue reading

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Video to Amended Animated GIF Drag Slide Swap Tutorial

Today’s work improving on yesterday’s Video to Amended Animated GIF Alignment Tutorial, has, yet again, alas, only a non-mobile platform applicability, that being … Drag and Drop … methodologies to allow for Animated GIF slide swaps with an adjoining slide … Continue reading

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Video to Amended Animated GIF Alignment Tutorial

Around here when “alignment” thoughts are teamed with “web design” we still like the “oldy worldy” HTML table element approach, but such an idea felt a bit too extra kludgy regarding the “dynamically vertically expanding” ideas in the Animated GIF … Continue reading

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