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  1. Seamless iframes

    There are many scripts on the Internet that aim to set the height of the iframe element to accommodate the contained document's height, so that the window scrollbars can be used instead of iframe scrollbars for a more seamless appearance. Some rather well-known scripts are those created by David Bradshaw (http://davidjbradshaw.com/iframe-resizer/example, jQuery based) and Dynamic Web Coding (http://www.dyn-web.com/tutorials/ifr...eight/demo.php). The DynamicDrive script (http://www.dynamicdrive.com/dynamici...iframessi2.htm) ...

    Updated Yesterday at 08:19 AM by molendijk

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  2. Transferring videos from Google Drive to YouTube

    You can transfer videos from Google Drive to YouTube by sending them as email attachments, see, for example: https://www.oxhow.com/upload-youtube...m-google-drive. But when you use this method for transferring videos to YouTube, you cannot upload files larger than 25MB, since the maximum file size of an email attachment is this size. Also, I don't think you can upload videos from someone else's GoogleDrive to Youtube using the email-attachment method, even if you know the GoogleDrive-url ...
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  3. A slideshow for a unique image

    Sometimes the image that is supposed to be a main attraction of a page of your site may seem a bit dull, or it does not come out right because it is too large for its 'frame' and background-size: cover doesn't give the results you want. In that case, you may consider to resort to a slideshow for that single image using different background positions. Each slide of the show, then, is one and the same image having a specific background position for it.

    I tried to implement this idea ...

    Updated 02-12-2017 at 12:40 AM by molendijk

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  4. The case against animated page flipping publications

    During a recent meeting I was asked to explore the possibility of presenting existing PDF newsletters in a flipping book format. You know the sort; online interactive magazine layouts presented as a 3D book where pages are navigated to and animated in a realistic flipping motion. This wasn't new ground for me as I'd already completed the exercise (and dismissed them in favour of PDF) 5 years ago, but the topic had raised its head again, and this time it was interesting to relook at things from a ...

    Updated 01-30-2017 at 04:28 PM by Beverleyh

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  5. Messing with Javascript

    Hey all,
    I've been fiddling with JavaScript and decided to share a neat little thing (its completely useless).

    Finished Code
    Code:
    console.log(+[[-~[]<<~[]][+[]]+[]][+[]][++[[]][+[]]+[+[]]]); //Prints 8
    Now for the break down -

    Pre-note - I use this function while playing with variables. It outputs the value and type of a variable. (The counter is to force the developer console to display each seperately)
    Code:
    var counter = 0;
    ...
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