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21 scripts Javascript pour l'intégrateur HTML et CSS

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Les bibliothèques Javascript — comme jQuery et la myriade de plugins qui l’accompagne — facilitent la vie des développeurs web en leur permettant de manipuler le DOM les mains dans les poches. Toutefois, il est toujours bon d’avoir quelques fonctions standalone sous la souris pour se faciliter l’intégration cross-browser ! Voici une sélection de 21 scripts pour faire face à toutes les situations (ou presque) :

Scott Jehl, Designer/Developer, Boston, MA | Process: StyleMap v2: Visual Sitemap

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StyleMap v2 uses valid HTML, CSS and a touch of DOM scripting to produce a visual sitemap out of an unordered list (UL). The result is a functional, scalable, and above-all rapid way to produce a tree-style map for the planning stages of your project. Keep in mind that although we'll cover the details of how the sitemap works, in practice you'll only need to worry about changing the markup to match your website structure. The CSS and Javascript can then be added as they are and will take care of the rest!


jQuery.ifixpng - png transparency for windows ie versions below 6

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As you know IE versions below 6 do not support png transparency. This plugin designed to fix that problem by applying appropriate filters to user specified elements, while keeping all element tags intact. Plugin works well with both img elements within the DOM and css properties specified externally. • It is chainable. • Unlike some other png hack solutions, it does not replace/hide any of your html tags. • You can revert applied changes using .iunfixpng(). • Extremely easy to use!

Styling File Inputs with CSS and the DOM //

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File inputs are the bane of beautiful form design. No rendering engine provides the granular control over their presentation designers desire. This simple, three-part progressive enhancement provides the markup, CSS, and JavaScript to address the long-standing irritation.

Footnotes with CSS and Javascript - the final word : CSS . XHTML . Javascript . DOM : Brand Spanking New

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ve finally got around to writing the definitive version of the footnotes script I wrote in 2005. There were a number of issues raised that I've resolved in this (probably final) version: * Footnote links accessible from the keyboard * Inline HTML works in footnotes (images, links, emphasis, etc.) * Separate footnote formatting for multiple articles on one page

Quiz Alsacréations : testez vos connaissances

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Testez vos connaissances au sujet du web et de XHTML, CSS, DOM (JavaScript), PHP, MySQL, l'accessibilité du web,... Choisissez l'un des quiz dans le menu à votre droite, selon le thème qui vous intéresse. Dix questions à choix multiple vous seront alors posées. En validant vos réponses, vous accèderez à la page de résultats où votre total sera calculé et les mauvaises réponses expliquées. Bonne chance !


Utilisez le DOM et Javascript comme un chef | css4design <blog>Intégration xhtml et css :: webdesign :: ergonomie :: référencement </blog>

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Comment remplacer les gestionnaires d'événements présents dans nos pages web en redéfinissant le comportement onclick, onmouseover... des éléments XHTML ? Tout simplement en utilisant la magie du DOM et de Javascript.


Max Design - A webstandards checklist

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A site built to web standards should adhere to standards (HTML, XHTML, XML, CSS, XSLT, DOM, MathML, SVG etc) and pursue best practices (valid code, accessible code, semantically correct code, user-friendly URLs etc)

Dynamic thumbnails and preview images with DOM, CSS and PHP

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Sometimes we want to offer a visitor a preview of what is lurking behind a link, especially when it is a huge picture and there might not be a need to load it. This is where thumbnails come in handy, and it is pretty easy to use CSS to show and hide a thumbnail in modern browsers


JavaScript : This is the larger part of my former JavaScript Section. It contains more than 60 JavaScript pages that explain useful scripts or other functionality. W3C DOM : This section contains all my W3C DOM scripts and the great compatibility tables. CSS : This section contains all my CSS test pages. They mostly treat CSS2, but I snuck some 1 and 3 in. It is not a complete overview of CSS, and I'm not planning to make it one either. The first thing you see is a compatibility table. Viewport : This section will eventually contain my research into the viewport and its relations to the HTML/CSS and the JavaScript document. For now it only contains a few tests and the inevitable compatibility table. Browsers : Ubiquitous browsers, extremely obscure browsers, and everything in between.

DOM Tooltip

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