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  1. Happy belated/early Naked Day!

    Yesterday, April 9th was the fourth annual CSS Naked Day. Participating websites get rid of their stylesheets and feed their naked markup to the world. The reason for this is to promote web standards and semantics.

    To learn more about this and sign up (for next year) go to this page:

    P.S. I know it would have been better if I posted this before April 9th but I forgot about it. Well, instead of seeing this as a late post about ...
  2. Updating a JavaScript to be XHTML compliant

    As a webmaster you've undoubtedly noticed the increasing shift in coding practices from HTML to XHTML on the web. If you're a professional web designer, you've probably even heard it first hand from your clients who demand their web pages be XHTML compliant. I get quite a lot of emails on a monthly basis asking for help in making a webpage that contains a DHTML script to be XHTML compliant. A common misconception is that this is a difficult process, which can be no further from the truth.
  3. Swiss Army II

    I just wanted to Blog this info to make it easy to find. It regards the Swiss Army Slide Show script:

    Because many people want even more flexibility than it originally provided, I've updated it (script only, right click 'save as'):

    This is a drop in replacement for swissarmy.js and requires no changes in the on page code ...

    Updated 09-28-2010 at 12:33 AM by jscheuer1 (various updates as noted (see end of main entry))

    DD Scripts Mods
  4. Earth Hour 2009 8:30-9:30pm

    Saturday 28 March 2009 at 8:30PM local time, wherever you live on planet earth.

    Today, Saturday March 28 at 8:30PM your local time you can do something for our planet by switching off your lights for just one hour. You can go to the Earth Hour website and register to let everyone know that you will VOTE EARTH today. The goal is 1 billion people and the results will be presented at the Global Climate Change ...
  5. Passing data (whole pages) to a file ('index.html') containing a HTML-menu

    When we use the technique given below, the following happens when we click on a link (in our HTML-menu) in order to go to a new page (which may belong to a foreign domain):
    • bla.html (our own domain) or h ttp://www.blabla.bla (a foreign domain) is included in a dynamically created text/html-object (non-IE) or iframe (IE) (IE doesn't correctly handle the object yet);

    • the object/iframe containing the new page (bla.html or h ttp://www.blabla.bla) is automatically added to a file

    Updated 03-24-2009 at 11:25 PM by molendijk

    Post a JavaScript
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