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Emoji Borders and Backgrounds Canvas Annotation Tutorial

Up to now with the SVG -> IMG -> CANVAS parent web application to our newish PHP tool child of Emoji Borders and Backgrounds Curl Tutorial we have tried to keep … SVG IMG CANVAS … contents in synch as … Continue reading

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TimeZone Offset Places Google Geo Chart Popup User Interaction Tutorial

Yesterday’s TimeZone Offset Places Google Geo Chart Wikipedia Double Click Tutorial‘s … … that “double click” logic not channelling any “ondblclick” event but, rather, two “click”s quickly in a row, in which case, as a first draft idea, a simple … Continue reading

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Javascript Popup Window HTML Alternative Save Tutorial

In yesterday’s Javascript Popup Window Alternative Save Tutorial you may recall … … a combined functionality usage that we cannot recall ever using before. But we do remember mentioning sessionStorage’s role methodology before to help HTML/Javascript achieve a little of … Continue reading

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Javascript Popup Window Alternative Save Tutorial

A web application like yesterday’s one in Javascript Popup Window Alternative Tutorial misses “accountability” by not having a way to recall a scenario. Come to think of it, it is hard to consider a web application involving user input as … Continue reading

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Javascript Popup Window Alternative Tutorial

Javascript popup windows are a bit of a web application wooooooorrrrllllddd throwback to the early days of operating system GUI desktop applications, even before dialog boxes in those operating system desktop applications. They stop the workflow of the web application, … Continue reading

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Window LocalStorage Client Versus Server Map Tutorial

Get a good map, and a goodly number of times you’ll want a map of smaller or larger scale than the one you have. Murphy’s Law? This is probably why in the wonderful woooooooorrrrrrrrlllllld of Google Charts they have included … Continue reading

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Window LocalStorage Client Versus Server Timeline Tutorial

Up to yesterday’s Window LocalStorage Client Versus Server User Tutorial‘s progress, our Capital City Find Matching Country Report web application project was all about … where (and capital of “what”) … but we often seek out a way to add … Continue reading

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Window LocalStorage Client Versus Server User Tutorial

The inherent weakness with our current Capital City Find Matching Country Report web application project, to our minds, was that places of interest are not restricted to the Capital Cities of Countries, especially when “Trip Planning”. On the other hand, … Continue reading

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