Posts tagged “javascript”

Shunting NN4

Teambilly shows you how to send Netscape 4.x users to an alternate page. This is terrific. He even has a nice little message that explains to them what dorks they are.

Are these fonts too small? Anyone?

I’ve been fooling with the themes here at the web-technology outpost. It’s all wacky css and javascript fun! If you have cookies disabled (You paranoid silly person!) you might not be getting the whole shebang when you view my site(s). Oh well. Clicking on the “themes” links over there in the sidebar should allow you to change the entire look of this site. Which do you like? Which do you hate? Do you even care? Well. So. Okay then. Just trying to make you happy. That’s what I do here. I’m all about being user-friendly.

JavaScript Tutorial

Several people have asked me how to add random text strings to a web page, so I thought I’d write a little tutorial. All you need is a text editor and a web site. If you publish your own blog, I’m sure you’ll be able to do this. If you follow these simple instructions, you

So… I’ve changed so much of this site in the last few hours it’s not even funny. The css was revised and updated. There are actually now five distinct style sheets. Choose which one you like best! (The choices are in the sidebar.) I also modified a hunka buncha the javascript, took all of it from the individual pages and crammed it into one juicy .js file. I’ve stolen from and Visit them for goodies.


I found a script at Dreamhost to make it snow on the page. Let’s see if it works.


Way cool: I found an article at that describes how to use Microsoft’s XMLHTTP object to get data from other web pages. You can create a custom Internet Movie Database search machine with this information … very interesting …

Bookmarklet for Making a Site a Favorite

Bookmarklet for Making a Site a Favorite

How to add a “Bookmark This” Link to your site


I loves me some Cut-N-Paste javascript …

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A few years ago I was trying to determine what cocktails I could make with the alcohol I had at home. I searched the App Store but couldn't find an app that would let me do that, so I built one.


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