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I've always been thaught that CSS is look-n-feel, HTML is layout and the rest is scripts, and it's a philosophy that's served me well. It could very well be a simplification by my teachers to make us...
I've tried it with an onload originally, but I'm under the impression that this is both outdated and bad practice. I do use a similar function, jQuery's $(document).ready(...). Sadly, it does not...
I'm working on a slideshow for a portfolio-like page. In order to make sure that the portfolio-page never gets higher than the actual page, I'm binding document.resize after...
Ouch, that easy?
You don't happen to have a link to a list of browser-specific tags and their "neutral" counterparts, or a similar page? Would be really useful for future projects and future...
as part of a bet, I'm going to create a web page, with a specific layout:
In the middle, there'll be a text field
Around the text field, there'll be buttons