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HTML Marquee and Meter and Input Date CSS Tutorial

We’ve reworked the CSS styling mainly of the HTML marquee element HTML Marquee and Meter and Input Date Tutorial‘s web application. In such a web application featuring a mix of CSS style … position: absolute relative … and so dependent … Continue reading

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CSS Units of Measure Primer Tutorial

As with HTML/Javascript Units of Measure Game Tutorial (which we tweaked this way to fix Google urls) you get to appreciate the myriad of choices out there for you in terms of styling lengths and widths and sizes of webpage … Continue reading

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Wikipedia Flipcard Quiz Emoji Contenteditable Tutorial

Wow! It’s been a while since we’ve talked about HTML elements within the body element of a webpage! That long running “Just Javascript” card game work had me thinking of other CSS and Javascript thoughts more associated with your (invisible … Continue reading

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HTML Nav Tag Primer Tutorial

Simple “across the top” webpage menus are very popular. We just about all read left to right or right to left, so horizontal menus like this make sense. HTML5 came along and made the job of creating non-hierarchical horizontal menus … Continue reading

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XML on the Fly via PHP Attribute Tutorial

We fell for the “give it away” via a “blog posting title” trick! Second time we’ve fallen for it this month. Howevvvvvvvvver … and isn’t there always a “vvvvvvv” with Antipodean winters … we wondered if you picked up with … Continue reading

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XML on the Fly via PHP Primer Tutorial

The Three P’s (that being PHP and Python and Perl) are all pretty good at interfacing with the XML protocol and format. And that XML is a very important protocol in today’s digital age. Over the last few days with … Continue reading

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CSS Style Display and Visibility Tall Poppies Tutorial

Who said Australians suffer from a “Tall Poppy Syndrome”? It’s not like we WANTED to create a game where you click/touch vehemently on audacious plants trying to reach the sunlight (and by so doing, destroy them in cyberspace), or anything?! … Continue reading

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CSS Style Display and Visibility Tic Tac Toe Tutorial

The recent CSS Style Display and Visibility Tutorial had CSS properties … display visibility … both working to end up with a result, but in practice, as we intimated there, you are likely to just use one or the other. … Continue reading

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