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Alt text for equations
In comp.infosystems.www.authoring.html message <dorayme-F40CCD.092801050 62010(a)>, Sat, 5 Jun 2010 09:28:01, dorayme <dorayme(a)> posted: XP CIWAH, CLJ; FU not set. For CLJ, <FAQENTRY> later. One of the limitations of images is the fixed size. There are ways to have the size cha... 8 Jun 2010 22:47
Encapsulation in JavaScript
> It is good, though, that you use "IMHO" acronym in this case. Because again, the main purpose of the encapsulation is a to encapsulate (to abstract) from a user some /auxiliary data/ which participate to provide some public data, the public interface (API). Maybe now, but not originally. Originally it was... 17 Jun 2010 18:58
Cornford-Crockford Scope Management - CC Scope Management - CC
Recently discussions arose about CC, its authorship and usage priority. As an introduction I want to remind that the "obviousness" of something doesn't make it automatically a community invention nor implies its quick realization. The idea of stickers is damn obvious, but only one person in the whole factory rea... 6 Jun 2010 10:30
HTML 5 Demos on
On Jun 6, 7:50 am, Garrett Smith <dhtmlkitc...(a)> wrote: Click through to "View Demo" and you'll likely see the error message: | This demo was designed with the latest web standards supported by | Safari. Your objection is not clear. The page is ca... 8 Jun 2010 11:25
mo better qooxlisp
Just did implemented some GUI improvements for the famous apropos dialog: The "Search" button is gone, just hit return. duh The search string is no longer a combo box where one can recall prior searches. Talk about overkill. This led to the qoo... 5 Jun 2010 20:12
FAQ Topic - How do I trim whitespace? (2010-06-06)
----------------------------------------------------------------------- FAQ Topic - How do I trim whitespace? ----------------------------------------------------------------------- ECMAScript 5 defines ` String.prototype.trim `. Where not supported, it can be added as a function that uses a regular expression: ... 7 Jun 2010 18:49
Replacing text on the fly
I'm having a tough JavaScript problem. I'm fairly new to JavaScript, and what I'm trying to do is to replace instances of a particular string inside a particular element with another string. Here's what I have so far: var result = document.evaluate('//div[@class="code"]/code', document, null, XPathResult.ORDER... 9 Jun 2010 07:30
Determining Browser Vendor, Version, and Operating System With JavaScript
Richard Cornford wrote: but find only old A page that starts with the warning:- "This document is obsolete and the information in it should not be relied upon. The practices described here are not recommended and this documen... 5 Jun 2010 11:24
FAQ Topic - How do I access a property of an object using a string? (2010-06-05)
----------------------------------------------------------------------- FAQ Topic - How do I access a property of an object using a string? ----------------------------------------------------------------------- There are two ways to access properties: dot notation and square bracket notation. What you are looki... 4 Jun 2010 19:11
For ECMA 6
A variable of type Number always has a detectable sign, except when its value is NaN. Some experienced programmers, and many others, do not know how to determine this sign in all cases. Therefore I suggest a new ECMA Global Function, returning a zero value for NaN, +1 for anything else with the sign bit clear... 4 Jun 2010 19:11
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