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  1. Other Sorry about the code; it should have been ...

    Sorry about the code; it should have been


    <button onclick="changeFont(); return false">Test</button>
  2. Other I finally found the answer to the question I...

    I finally found the answer to the question I asked elsewhere, but knowing that someone else may have the same question and end up here someday, I'll go ahead and post it here for them. I just had to...
  3. Other I saw that, but couldn't seem to get it working...

    I saw that, but couldn't seem to get it working without the dropdown mucking up the UI.

    Perhaps I cut more than I should or not enough trying to get rid of the dropdown portion.

    If the input...
  4. Other HTML5 includes the button element, as buttons are...

    HTML5 includes the button element, as buttons are buttons, not checkboxes and the like. The W3C has been adding new elements and encouraging people to use them instead of the older elements used in...
  5. Other ...

    ...<select name="fontchange" onchange="changeFont(this.value)">
    <option>T</option>
    <option value="Tahoma">Tahoma</option>
    <option value="Tanach">Tanach</option>
    <option...
  6. Other FYI, I ditched the dropdown version when it had...

    FYI, I ditched the dropdown version when it had gotten to the point of beyond ridiculous. At this point, there were still another 50 fonts requested that I had not yet added.


    <div...
  7. Other Again, using a dropdown list of fonts would leave...

    Again, using a dropdown list of fonts would leave me only allowing a few system fonts for testing or requiring me to create the world's longest dropdown list to support every font in existence. The...
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    My bad, I didn't notice the second page at first,...

    My bad, I didn't notice the second page at first, so now I see what you have for code. Honestly, there's so much wrong with it that I'm having trouble even finding where your footer is in there.
    ...
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    Actually, the problem isn't a developer issue. ...

    Actually, the problem isn't a developer issue. It's a design issue, or at least it should be, so long as you're not using a programming language to control styling when you should be using CSS.

    I...
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    Is this what you're looking for? ...

    Is this what you're looking for?

    https://angularjs.org/ (Scroll down to 'The Basics')
  11. Other Well, none of these 3 fixed the autorefresh...

    Well, none of these 3 fixed the autorefresh issue.

    1) Removing the form tags - This broke the font changing function and invalidated the HTML.
    2) Changing the new button element to the old input...
  12. Other JS script (vanilla) not working correctly due to autorefresh issue

    I've created a site in which part of the functionality includes allowing the user to choose which font they wish to use. Essentially, by giving the user the ability to choose any font, the user is...
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