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Good idea I'll mess around with some colour schemes and see how it goes.
Well I'm hoping it will serve me, at least. If others benefit too that would be a bonus.
lol. Thanks for bringing this to my attention.
It's not the web-page itself that does this; it's an option in some web-browser and I guess in some it's turned on by default. I just tested and...
Hello I have made a new game to exercise my memory muscles because I felt they were getting weak.
- Saving and loading...
Thanks for your feedback and sorry for my delay, I only just saw your response as I'd stopped checking for responses after a few days.
You make good points about the extra ram and the prototype...
Good day, these points are about planning in general but I think they're particularly applicable to planning software projects. I'd be interested to read what you think about them:
1) Long term...
1 - Defining the prototype separate from the constructor function,...
Firstly, I agree re: screen-edge scrolling. It's the first thing I tried to do.
Secondly, I like it. Clear, simple gameplay. I like RTS games and also browser games that don't use plugins. Also...
Hi, this site is meant to generate customised page-layouts in only few seconds, so you can spend your time worrying about content instead.
It lets you...
Hi, I'm trying to make a sort of quick-page-designer where, for example, you can choose whether a menu bar is above the banner-header, or below it or fixed at the top of the page when you scroll.
Hi, I was thinking of asking a question on one of the code forums, and offering a monetary prize for the best answer(s). Would this be ok? I couldn't find anything about it in the FAQs
Hi I'm trying to make a game to improve short-term memory, or at least see if it's possible to do so.
Current version can be tried here:
Hey that's cool. Interesting take on the idea and certainly has much better visuals.
Thanks also for providing an entertaining example of the code approach you described, I can see what you mean...
Thanks, can you explain to me the third approach, where you "use both methods and expose a function at the end of the anonymous function"?
Also I'm curious what level did you get to? I find it's...
Hi, I wanted to make a game to test whether short term memory can be improved with training. I came up with:
- Show a number with (x) digits.
- Give 3 seconds to remember it, then hide it
First to set a "last_page" cookie on each page you add something like this:
document.cookie = 'last_page=name_of_this_page';
Secondly, you need to read the cookie value when you're at your home...
I think the submit input is, when clicked, submitting the form (and therefore refresshing the page). I tried your code but changed the input type='submit' to an input type='button' and it seems to...
I understand your frustration, and apologise for being off the mark in my criticism.
I will suggest that if you say "you guys are useless" when there was only one guy responding, people may...
Your question interested me and I was going to spend some time solving it for fun, but having read your last post I've decided to solve another problem for you:
You seem to be under...
Hi, you can set focus to something with
And you can catch the losing of focus on an object with "onblur". However there's a problem, if you do this:
One annoying thing with html is the lack of resizable layout panels. By this I mean boxes where one takes up a fixed size and the other takes up the rest of the container; or where one box is...
Arrays have an indexOf() method to find the position (if any) of a value in that array. In older browsers, e.g. ie8 and before, this doesn't exist so you'll have to add it, but...
Hi, some browsers use document.body.scrollTop and some use document.documentElement.scrollTop, but if you set both you should be right. Here's an example I tested in ff, opera, chrome, safari,...
arrays have a built in .sort() method, and you can pass it a custom-sort function as a parameter. Like so:
The custom function must accept two parameters...
Hi, you can get the currently selected list index with "select_element.selectedIndex" or the value with "select_element.value"
Or you can get the text of the select option using:
Hi, it's just a simple typo.
is part of a string (encloded by single quotes) so x is being added literally. What you want is