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Multiple addEventListener Logics for HTML Elements Ondblclick Tutorial

In yesterday’s Multiple addEventListener Logics for HTML Elements Primer Tutorial‘s “function ael_more” you may have noticed the codeline … document.getElementById(iois.id.replace(‘i’,’td’)).addEventListener(“click”, window[“ev” + fnum + ”]); … we use to set up the [element].addEventListener means by which we add “onclick” event … Continue reading

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Multiple addEventListener Logics for HTML Elements Primer Tutorial

The dynamic creation of event logic associated with webpage HTML elements is a powerful tool for making your webpages dynamic. In the case of the great [element].addEventListener means by which you can make this happen, there is a great feature … Continue reading

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Just Javascript Card Game iPhone Debugging Tutorial

Before yesterday’s Just Javascript Card Game CSS Offerings Tutorial there was the day before yesterday’s Just Javascript Card Game User CSS Tutorial which … introduced an error on mobile devices … not apparent on the MacBook Air we were coding … Continue reading

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Just Javascript Card Game CSS Offerings Tutorial

A variation on yesterday’s Just Javascript Card Game User CSS Tutorial User CSS up front is to … offer the user, during their Memories card game, some CSS filter ideas that they can … accept from then on the presented … Continue reading

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Just Javascript Card Game User CSS Tutorial

We make a couple of changes to the “Just Javascript” “Card Game” web application of yesterday’s Just Javascript Card Game Mantissa Issue Tutorial, today, those being … have less animation movement, or none at all for iPhone types of mobile … Continue reading

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Just Javascript Card Game Mantissa Issue Tutorial

Regular readers here at this blog might know of our fondness for working into logic ideas where … original data is “integer” by nature … but … we have an interest in carrying along with that data another “integer” data … Continue reading

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Just Javascript Card Game Cursor Tutorial

Today we grew the complexity of the logic for non-mobile cursor users of our 500 or bridge card game web application, after yesterday’s Just Javascript Card Game Mid-UX Tutorial. The logic took a while and the presentation took a while … Continue reading

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Just Javascript Card Game Mid-UX Tutorial

Apropos yesterday’s Just Javascript Card Game SVG Background Data URL Tutorial dive into aesthetics and non-essentials, we venture into some “mid-ux” work today … Mid-UX? What’s that? To our mind it’s that Clayton UX (user experience) improvement push you do … Continue reading

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