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    A htaccess rewrite problem

    I guess this isn't really hard, but all the online resources I found on rewrites always seemed to not address my particular issue.

    Basically, I want this url:
    subdomain.mydomain.net

    to point...
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    Using a wildcard width in CSS?

    Check this link first:

    http://www.netmechanic.com/news/vol3/html_no3_table_eg1.htm

    Here, there are two colons, and one of them is a fixed size, while the other takes whatever is left over. My...
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    Charles, I hope you aren't suggesting I should...

    Charles, I hope you aren't suggesting I should provide alternatives for my JavaScript applications to users who doesn't have JavaScript? I agree that requiring JavaScript for simple pages to work is...
  4. Thread: I need Help???

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    If you only have one week, then learning HTML and...

    If you only have one week, then learning HTML and making a full news website will be hard. I assume you have a personal life on the side that you would wish you maintain. You say you know something...
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    Being Web crawler friendly with dynamic pages

    So, I was thinking about pages that are very shaped by JavaScript and how they might not do so well with web crawlers.

    For example, if the comments on a blog is loaded by Ajax (which I know many...
  6. For future readers, I solved this by using...

    For future readers, I solved this by using solution 2, only not using CSS sprites, but swapping the images instead, and only CSS sprites for the animations themselves. It works semi-fine, but I wish...
  7. I see. But that still doesn't answer how CSS...

    I see.

    But that still doesn't answer how CSS sprites works in term of raw performance while animating.

    http://www.elizium.nu/scripts/lemmings/

    When I first found this JavaScript lemmings...
  8. Is CSS sprites animations really faster for JavaScript apps?

    I'm not thinking in terms of http requests here. On that point, CSS sprites is a rather obvious winner. I'm more thinking in terms of load on the computer when it comes to animating the thing.

    If...
  9. Firefox drag & drop feature getting in the way

    So, Firefox has this drag & drop feature that works on both text and images. Basically, you can just grab something and drag it somewhere else, and if the text/images aren't dropable where you let...
  10. Thanks, that was exactly what I was wondering.

    Thanks, that was exactly what I was wondering.
  11. Question about setInterval calling a function faster than the function can execute

    I have a pretty simple question.

    Can setInterval run it's assigned function again before it's previous function call has finished?



    setInterval(foo, 100);

    function foo() {
    // lots of...
  12. How should I darken images in my JavaScript game?

    So, I'm working on a JavaScript game where light plays a big role. I have the world working nicely, in diffrent shades of light depending on how far terrain is from various light sources.
    ...
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    By accident, I managed to find out that this...

    By accident, I managed to find out that this works in firefox:



    document.getElementById('myiframe').contentWindow.eval()


    However, in IE, contentWindow returns a diffrent object and it...
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    Creating an iframe and creating inside it

    Okay, I've been looking all over the net for an answer to this.

    Basically, I need to dynamically create an iframe, and then immediately run some code inside it (so that it's run before the iframe...
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    I've looked over the code several times, and I'm...

    I've looked over the code several times, and I'm convinced that nothing in it could cause hiccups of the sort I'm experiencing. Especially considering it's not happening in other browsers than...
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    But, does anybody know if using the "delete"...

    But, does anybody know if using the "delete" command is any nicer on the garbage collector?
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    @rnd me Yeah, I do all the regular things, like...

    @rnd me
    Yeah, I do all the regular things, like using setTimeout to a function, and changing the DOM positions as little as necessary.

    The thing is that these spikes are completely independent to...
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    Helping the garbage collector?

    So, I'm having some trouble with garbage collector, especially that of Firefox. Basically, I have an application which involves a lot of animation and objects. The browser runs the whole thing very...
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    ah, it was as I thought. I'll open a new thread...

    ah, it was as I thought. I'll open a new thread if I come up with anything to add about securing the ajax call
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    Okay, the next issue! : D How could one go...

    Okay, the next issue! : D

    How could one go about to protect ajax calls from being modified?

    One idea could be to have a harsh like password with each call, thus, if somebody modifies any values...
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    Heh. I'm not really hoping to block cheating, but...

    Heh. I'm not really hoping to block cheating, but I find this kind of thing very fun.

    Turning off JavaScript would kinda ruin the aspects of hacking a JavaScript game, wouldn't it? I'm sure you...
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    ah, I see. I hadn't thought too much about that....

    ah, I see. I hadn't thought too much about that. So, anonymous functions are completely transparent to the user?

    I don't really have any special motive, I just find this very fun.

    Hmm, still,...
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    Hmmm, but I could have some code in the framed...

    Hmmm, but I could have some code in the framed page that checks if it's framed or not.

    Of course, you could use a greasemonkey script to remove that part.

    Even if I verified the the source of...
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    Let's see now, "location.href" doesn't update as...

    Let's see now, "location.href" doesn't update as you type, it only shows the orginal adress, so it's useless.

    Key presses aren't detected when you are using the browser interface (with the...
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    What? Surely you know that you can run JavaScript...

    What? Surely you know that you can run JavaScript after the page is done loading? From what you say, it sounds like the browser runs though the script and is then done with it. What about setTimeout...
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