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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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WordPress Recent Posts Widget Caching Issues Tutorial

The WordPress blog you are reading, with the TwentyTen theme, has a useful “widget” (contained unit of functionality on the webpage that WordPress knows about) called “Recent Posts”, which we’ve had a lot of fun over the years, working with, … Continue reading

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Download and Copy or Move Code Download Table Tutorial

After the “goings on” with the relatively recent PHP Blog Summary Fixed Title Events Tutorial we thought we were finished with “Code Download Table” functionality … but then … … along came Jones yesterday’s Download and Copy or Move Server … Continue reading

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Download and Copy or Move Server Tutorial

Yesterday’s Download and Copy or Move Primer Tutorial was all about the “client side” of … the “server” side web applications/pages … and … a “client” side listener (like we talked about with Korn Shell listeners with Pandoc Document Conversion … Continue reading

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Download and Copy or Move Primer Tutorial

Downloading from “the net” (“server land”) to your computer or device (“client land”) is a big part of the online experience and the sharing of data over the world wide web. But have you ever wondered about the two step … Continue reading

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