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Ants Up a Wall Game Toast Tutorial

Further to Ants Up a Wall Game Fixed Tutorial recent progress with our “Ants Up a Wall” game we have a single word … “Toast” … as a means of describing an alternative arrangement to have at the end of … Continue reading

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Ants Up a Wall Game Fixed Tutorial

It’s often hard, with web application games, to know how much “randomosity” is good. Too little, and little interest, but too much and the game might become scatter-brained, and thereby less interesting at the other end of the spectrum. Do … 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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One or Several Did You Know Quiz Mobile Cursor CSS Tutorial

We wonder if you only work with mobile devices and have not seen any attempts at “showing progress” up until today, on top of the progress to yesterday’s One or Several Did You Know Quiz Multiple Tailored Sharing Tutorial. That … Continue reading

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Webpage Position Return Content Caching Issues Tutorial

Am sure, regarding yesterday’s Webpage Horizontal Position Return Content Hover Tutorial, a bulk of users are like me and would use the web application presented there on their web browser with caching allowed. After all, caching speeds up response. But … Continue reading

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Webpage Horizontal Position Return Content Hover Tutorial

At this blog we tend to rave on about “onions of the 4th dimension” but today we want to let you in on a little secret … ready? … There are some days of programming where even the second dimension … Continue reading

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Daylight Saving Time Iframe Sandbox Tutorial

Yesterday’s Daylight Saving Time Google Geo Chart Tooltips Tutorial work on our Daylight Saving web application could result in navigation to a … about:blank#blocked … URL up at the web browser address bar. This can happen when combining HTML iframe … Continue reading

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