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Avoiding CSS hacks using Javascript - Valentin Agachi: web developer

by nhoizey
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by nhoizey & 3 others
Browserscope is a community-driven project for profiling web browsers. The goals are to foster innovation by tracking browser functionality and to be a resource for web developers.

2009 » The Real “Why XHTML” Discussion

by nhoizey
"Molly Holzschlag asked me if I’d try and clearly and simply explain why XML parsing is advantageous and why XHTML still is relevant. This was my answer."

jQuery Flash Plugin » Javascript

by nhoizey
"Inspiré par SWFObject, UFO et sIFR, jQuery Flash Plugin a été complètement réécrit via jQuery pour éviter les redondances telles que recherche des éléments par leurs sélecteurs, la détection du navigateur, détection de Flash et améliorer les temps de chargement (si vous utilisez déjà jQuery, bien entendu)"



by parmentierf (via)
Le contenu du portail Orvinfait concernant SVG est divers. Il est composé d'informations sur SVG, d'exemples d'utilisation, d'un logiciel gratuit en ligne permettant de créer des dessins et des animations en SVG et de liens externes.

Jesse Ruderman » Bookmarklets to User Scripts

by nhoizey
Bookmarklets to User Scripts is a Greasemonkey script that lets you turn any bookmarklet into a Greasemonkey script. If you find yourself using certain bookmarklets every time you go to certain pages, this script is for you.


Opera Developer Community

by martinsam & 7 others
Dev Opera is a community resource site where developers can share tips, tricks, extensions and more. This is the place where ideas are born, so contribute today!



Personnaliser le contenu en localisant les visiteurs • Balluche

by parmentierf (via)
Quand on désire adapter le contenu d'un site web aux visiteurs, il y a deux possibilités. On utilise le langage du navigateur (javascript : navigator.language ) pour découvrir la langue du client [1] ou on essaye de localiser l'ip client [2]

Building an Extension - MDC

by parmentierf & 5 others (via)
This tutorial will take you through the steps required to build a very basic extension - one which adds a status bar panel to the Firefox browser containing the text "Hello, World!" Note This tutorial is about building extensions for Firefox 1.5. Other tutorials exist for building extensions for earlier versions of Firefox.

JS/UIX - Terminal

by parmentierf & 7 others
JS/UIX is an UN*X-like OS for standard web-browsers, written entirely in JavaScript (no plug-ins used). It comprises a vir- tual machine, shell, virtual file-system, process-management, and brings its own terminal with screen- and keyboard-mapping. For an overview of implemented commands have a look at the complete > JS/UIX-Manual-Pages; see also the > Version-History. The keyboard accepts the US-ASCII character set. As key-mapping depends from your browser, you may have to use the cursor and backspace buttons at the lower right of the terminal. A complete keyboard can be accessed at the lower left. Compatibility: Netscape 4+, MS IE 4+ and DOM-aware browsers.


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