Posts Tagged ‘ html ’

Sample CISPA Blackout Page HTML to save you the time

Apr 20th, 2013 | By

Just incase you are planning on blacking out your site(s) on April 22nd, 2013 I’ve made a sample CISPA page which I think is pretty decent.  All you have to do is save it as index.html and put it in your domains root folder/directory.  Obviously you’ll want to back up your existing index.html file first.
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Forced to find a new editor I’ve fallen in love with jEdit

Dec 4th, 2011 | By

Well my long love affair with Quanta Plus has finally come to an end and although it wasn’t by choice I couldn’t be happier.  For some unexplainable reason Quanta Plus has no active maintainers and so when support for KDE3 was finally pulled Quanta Plus went with it.  This is surprising because Quanta is clearly
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Using Openx Magic Macro and dynamic variables in HREF / html code

Mar 23rd, 2011 | By

Ok, so this is pretty obscure but I felt the need to post it considering the results that I’ve seen are totally contrary to the published resources from openx and the community. What I want is to pass along variables via the href / html code that appears in the <noscript> tag.  If I pass
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Not all Javascript popup boxes are created equal

Mar 21st, 2011 | By

I was implementing a feature onto one of my networks today and needed to use a javascript popup box to bring up a booking table.  You know those cool boxes that darken the rest of the screen and popup a slick looking window?  Well I needed one and apparently they all such except the one
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Emailto Script to beat the spambots

Apr 23rd, 2009 | By

Found this today and was impressed with it’s simplicity and genius, wondering why I haven’t seen it before this. Allows you to enable users to one click email you from a link on the website while offering you protection from spambots picking up the email addy and adding to the list: Javascript that goes in
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