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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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Simple Emoji Border Card Sharing Tutorial

A web application such as yesterday’s Simple Emoji Border Card Client Tutorial‘s “Simple Emoji Border Card” creator lacks a bit of accountability if its end product, which is HTML, cannot be shared within the web application. And so, today, we … Continue reading

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Simple Emoji Border Card Client Tutorial

Yesterday’s Simple Emoji Border Card Primer Tutorial could well have been called either of … Simple Emoji Border Card Server Tutorial Simple Emoji Border Card PHP Tutorial … and a lot of users would “get the gist” relative to today’s … 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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Animated GIF Creator Overlayed Images Top Left Tutorial

To add to the recent Animated GIF Creator Overlayed Images Tutorial‘s user interaction logic, we add a way to control those two “overlay” CSS properties … left top … but more in the sense that we allow CSS … margin-eft … Continue reading

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Animated GIF Creator Overlayed Images Tutorial

We wanted to add an “Overlayed Images” functionality component to the “Animated GIF Creator” of Animated GIF Creator Video Intranet Tutorial, today. The work involves both of the HTML design “big concepts” we are keen on at this blog … … Continue reading

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