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    Properly is a relative term; they are different....

    Properly is a relative term; they are different. What you point out is not the typical occurence of this, that will change with operating system and browser settings, however, particularly if you...
  2. Well, you are updating a database, tables...

    Well, you are updating a database, tables mightn't be out of place!
    For regular stuff, I find it's easier to do things semantically anyway, that's one of the reasons that I've always advocated good...
  3. 1) About four years. 2) Mix: JavaScript, HTML...

    1) About four years.
    2) Mix: JavaScript, HTML and CSS, Java, PHP, C and C++, VHDL.
    3) Website development, Android development, stand-alone applications, microprocessors, FPGAs.
    4) Vim...
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    BitBucket gives free private repositories (just...

    BitBucket gives free private repositories (just like GitHub gives free shared ones) if you want to back-up your repositories elsewhere.
  5. jQuery That's probably a CSS problem. If you look at the...

    That's probably a CSS problem. If you look at the generated source of the page (View -> Page Source), you'll probably spot the difference between the two lists quickly.
  6. Thread: define var

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    You are probably calling that before the element...

    You are probably calling that before the element is made. Either call it in a function on page load or just put the JavaScript after the element.
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    And what doesn't it do?

    And what doesn't it do?
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    Because you are printing it out after the loop...

    Because you are printing it out after the loop terminates, it actually goes from 0 to 20 and then exits, and then prints out.
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    Well, if you are repeating that a lot, it's not...

    Well, if you are repeating that a lot, it's not good to be calling document.getElementById so much. Storing a reference would probably be better. Short code doesn't necessarily mean it's faster.
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    The World's Most Misunderstood Programming...

    The World's Most Misunderstood Programming Language. Particularly look at the Lisp in C's clothing bit!
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    Agree fully. Interesting. The IT people I know...

    Agree fully.

    Interesting. The IT people I know working in those sorts of programming are generally doing technical support and some programming, but I do know I've a very limited knowledge of the...
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    Isn't that more engineering? And these days, to...

    Isn't that more engineering? And these days, to work in electronic engineering, you are most certainly better off with a degree than without it. Certainly, in the past, you could get away with...
  13. Thread: Web 2.0?

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    But beware, that it's just a catchphrase, it...

    But beware, that it's just a catchphrase, it doesn't actually mean anything, or at least won't consistently mean anything. Actual advances in technology that you could look at are HTML5 (including...
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    Is this a JavaScript forum? Yes. Is this a forum...

    Is this a JavaScript forum? Yes.
    Is this a forum for the JavaScriptMVC library? No, but there's nothing to stop you asking!
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    Poll: What's your question? As mrhoo said, it's still...

    What's your question? As mrhoo said, it's still allowed occasionally for backwards compatibility, other than that, it's entirely wrong and you should never use it. Nothing to be learned.
  16. You want the parent node's id of this script tag?...

    You want the parent node's id of this script tag?
    var els = document.getElementsByTagName("script"),
    data = els[els.length-1].parentNode.id;
  17. Learn one first and then the other, probably PHP...

    Learn one first and then the other, probably PHP first (because that runs on the server, so you'll have less browser inconsistencies. So, I think the best approach is to learn the basics, then start...
  18. Well, in my opinion, the hard bit is the design....

    Well, in my opinion, the hard bit is the design. I don't think you would have much difficulty getting the necessary tools in a year. The most important thing, in my opinion, is to simply practice the...
  19. Most of them aren't really languages at all....

    Most of them aren't really languages at all.
    From the start, XML and HTML are virtually the same thing, HTML can be learned in about half an hour. CSS and HTML go hand in hand, but you'd know the...
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    Therein lies your problem. JavaScript doesn't...

    Therein lies your problem. JavaScript doesn't have classical inheritance, it has prototypical inheritance, so if you are expecting things to work like Java or C++, you will be disappointed. Even the...
  21. Well, it depends on the type of functions. For...

    Well, it depends on the type of functions. For example, I normally wouldn't apply a function to an li, but rather to the containing ul:
    var...
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    Vim personally, I have an Apache server locally,...

    Vim personally, I have an Apache server locally, and set up a virtual host for each project and that's about it. Git to keep track of revision, and I'll try out Continuous Integration from Eriwen in...
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    What Padonak said, but also: if (a.length >= 6...

    What Padonak said, but also:
    if (a.length >= 6 && a.length <= 10)Is a little more managable!
  24. Because it only updates the canvas onmousemove,...

    Because it only updates the canvas onmousemove, it's not designed for such animation. You can either read through the library source and work out how to manually update it, or contact the developers...
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    modal.addEventListener('click', function (event)...

    modal.addEventListener('click', function (event) {placeDiv(event, 'orange');} );That should work, but I prefer to explicitly write it as something like:
    modal.addEventListener('click', function (e)...
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