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  • Sports Perform UK

    ... and suits these small sites; it lets me get productive as quick as possible. I was sent the graphic design, very simple, though as always the body text came in sundry waves and variations. Kate wanted a dropdow/flyout menu. I have a slight aversion to javascript implementations of those, partly based on the old-fashioned idea that some people might have javascript turned off. CSS implementaions are quite possible and I think more reliable. We used the excellent ADXmenu and applied a two-level s...
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  • IPSV Module for Joomla

    ... editing an article, the administrator was shown a tree of the 20ish top-level of IPSV terms, ie the most general ones. By clicking a plus sign he/she could open a term to show the next lower level, and work down the tree. When a term is highlighted, javascript populates an explanation box to show a description and any other related information.   At any level, a term can be selected and attached to that article. The same tagging can be made to whole categories of articles, to avoid needless d...
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  • TinyMCE and IMCE Browse button

    ... action if (!imce_integrate('tinymce', 'check') && module_exists('tinymce') && variable_get('imce_settings_tinymce', 1) && strpos($header, 'tiny_mce')) { $output .= '<script type="text/javascript" src="'. base_path() . drupal_get_path('module', 'imce') .'/imce_set_tinymce.js' .'"></script>'; } //set imce if fckeditor is in action if (!imce_integrate('fck', 'check') &a...
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  • Free Telly Guide UK, PHP

    ... file_exists to see if there is a JPG or GIF in a certain folder with an hour-related name. If so then load it. This allows flexibility as the demands of advertisers wax and wane, without any code changes. We had a slight detour using the excellent "overlib" javascript package to display programme summaries floating above the clicked item. But instead we settled on getting our own javascript to show the summary in a sidebar, where we had a bit more control on the layout. We added logos in the si...
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  • Time For You Treatments

    ... some low-contrast marble and towelling textures as a backdrop to menu, footer and page surrounds, to give connotations of spas and saunas. We had several suitable images for the front page and could not choose which one to use. So a very small bit of javascript refreshes the image on the front page every 30 seconds, working at random through a pool in a folder. A key point of Susan's marketing is the emphasis on "Time". She had a nice clock-based logo which we re-created in the trusty Xara dra...
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  • Owen Arts SEO

    ... may invoke a penalty by the engines. Keep them to ten maximum. (I don't have any faith that engines notice the keywords any more, given the past abuses, but it's harmless enough to add a moderate line of, them so why not.) Links to the image pages used javascript, so engine spiders would not discover them. The solution here was to contrive an XML Google Sitemap and submit it, easy enough. I also needed to amend the javascript and offer some "Back", "Home" and "Next" buttons to keep everything b...
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  • Incentive Solutions PHP

    This was a varied role over 18 months, both front-end and back-end, all manner of PHP, MS-SQL and javascript. ISL has a comprehensive and sophisticated system helping to manage all aspects of the business, and I was helping the tech manager (David Higgs) on maintenance and improvements. Coping with tens of thousands of members requires a large range of features, and the main software architect (Hi Lance!) had done an extraordinary job covering so much territory.  Among the tasks were: Creation...
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  • E-commerce Web-Site Topologika

    ... run live, and even though an email is issued to the Sandbox buyer. HTML and CSS W3C Validation I had an 18-month campaign gradually to remove the illegal HTML and achieved complete W3C compliance in almost all cases. Along the way, I replaced the old javascript which drove the unusual pop-up menu along the bottom, and applied the excellent ADXMenu which is all CSS....
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  • Mobile-friendly Website Conversion

    Max Maxwell runs www.singforjoy.org.nz, and had heard the advisory warning from Google, at end of 2014, that mobile-unfriendly sites would gradually descend in its search listings. He asked me if I could protect him against such a woeful fate. I admit to being something of a Luddite when it comes to mobile phones, but of course recognise my minority status in that regard. I had never worked on the mobile aspects of web design before, and I was quite keen to learn about this new specialisation o...
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