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L'élement video - Jy[B]log

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Voici donc un récapitulatif des avantages de cet élément sur l'élément object, ainsi que quelques démonstrations. On peut espérer que la balise object ne sera plus trop utilisée pour insérer de la vidéo : l'élément video est déjà présent dans Safari 3.1, dans des versions expérimentales d'Opéra, et la version beta1 de Firefox 3.1 qui vient de sortir.


Prototype Window Class : Introduction

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This javascript class allows you to add window in a HTML page. This class is based on Prototype. The code is inspired by the powerful library. You can even use all effects to show and hide windows if you include effects.js file , but it's not mandatory. It has been tested on Safari, Camino, Firefox and IE6, Opera looks fine.

Guide to Deploying SVG with HTML » Something Witty Goes Here » Blog Archive

This entry is to serve as a guide so people can learn from my experiences. It was originally published in Dec 2005, but I will continue to update it as more items occur to me. It was last updated in Jan 2007.


Wiki on a Stick

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This projects is a wiki that lives in one self-modifying HTML file. It's perfect to use in your home or office computer, laptop, USB pen drive (along with Portable Firefox if you want) and even in a diskette! It can be used as a personal notepad, calendar, repository for software documentation, and many other things.

Microsummaries - MozillaWiki

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Microsummaries are regularly-updated succinct compilations of the most important information on web pages. They are compact enough to fit in the space available to a bookmark label, provide more useful information about pages than static page titles, and are regularly updated as new information becomes available. Microsummaries are better than page titles at labeling bookmarks because they give users quicker access to the most interesting information behind a bookmark and provide sites with a way to notify users of updates and entice them to revisit the site.

FireBug :: Mozilla Add-ons :: Add Features to Mozilla Software

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FireBug lets you explore the far corners of the DOM by keyboard or mouse. All of the tools you need to poke, prod, and monitor your JavaScript, CSS, HTML and Ajax are brought together into one seamless experience, including an error console, command line, and a variety of fun inspectors.