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Using CSS to Preload Images Without JavaScript

Posted 2011-08-14 in Webmaster

Preloading images on your website can help eliminate flicker and laggy hover effects on your images. For a long time Web designers have used JavaScript to preload images. This has the benefit of loading images into the browser cache in the...

TinyMCE Themes

Posted 2009-05-07 in Webmaster

TinyMCE is a free WYSIWYG editor with two visual components – themes and skins. TinyMCE themes are very complex to customize but you can make your own TinyMCE theme. If you just want to customize the look & feel a little bit, you’re better off...

Remote Data in a Firefox Extension or Add-on

Posted 2009-04-22 in Scripts

Displaying remote data in your custom Firefox toolbar makes a lot of neat things possible. If your Firefox add-on needs to fetch some data from another URL, it can be done easily with XMLHttpRequest. Before continuing you should read more about...

What is XMLHttpRequest?

Posted 2009-04-21 in Webmaster

What is XMLHttpRequest? The XMLHttpRequest object enables client-server requests in JavaScript. If you're writing Ajax enabled scripts, fetching remote data in a Firefox extension, or pulling data from another URL in any JavaScript app then...

Expected Identifier, String or Number

Posted 2009-04-05 in News

Internet Explorer gives the JavaScript error “Expected indentifier, string or number” when it’s expecting another variable. Firefox and Safari don’t have such a problem, but it’s easy to fix the error in your JS...

Creating a New TinyMCE Theme for 3.x

Posted 2009-03-27 in Guides

Here are the steps I took to create a new TinyMCE theme for TinyMCE 3.x. It isn't very hard to do, but the documentation is extremely out of date. You can tweak these all you want, but if you want to make a custom TinyMCE theme there isn't much...

What is AJAX?

Posted 2008-08-26 in Webmaster

The question is asked time and time again, and not always clear even to those who are working with Ajax! The term Ajax is short for Asynchronous JavaScript and XML. It was coined in 2005 by Jesse James Garrett. Ajax is not a specific programming...

 


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