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My latest addition to my site is a book searcher, which I named Bookcrawler. Type in the title and/or the author of a book you’re looking for, and Bookcrawler will return the results in the form of book covers. 349 more words


An Illustration: Why you never open those attachments.

I got two emails yesterday, each with an attachment. Both are designed to get people to open whatever malware package they are carrying:


Subject: Notice to appear in Court #00000554562…

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Experimentation: New Technologies, Libraries, Frameworks

Several months following my graduation from college, I have spent some time looking at new technologies within the computer programming field. I have come across countless new JavaScript libraries, several advanced forms of stylesheets, new IDEs and web development tools, and more efficient APIs and frameworks. 448 more words

ASP.Net 5 Bootstrap, AngularJS, Entity Frameworks, Azure, Grunt… keep going? — Part 5

Hello World!

Coding Level: “Intermediate”

Throughout this blog I’ll go step by step to develop a fully functional ASP.Net 5 application using an array of technologies that tie into the working structure of modern Web Application. 3,986 more words


A Simple Start to jQuery, JavaScript, and HTML5 (for Beginners Written by a Software Engineer)

A Simple Start to jQuery, JavaScript, and HTML5

English | 13 Nov. 2014 | ISBN: 1503215717 | 228 Pages | PDF | 2.26 MB

Want To Learn jQuery, JavaScript, and HTML5 in the Simplest Way Possible? 84 more words

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Here you can learn how to make simple accordion, accordion is just a magic of adding/removing class.
So we can build our simple accordion using jQuery with different effects, features, In this demo you can find 4 types of different effects/events. 55 more words



Selecting Elements By ID:  var section1 = document.getElementById(“section1″);

Selecting Elements by Name:  var radiobuttons = document.getElementsByName(“favorite_color”);

Selecting Elements by Type: var spans = document.getElementsByTagName(“span”);