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AJAX: Creating Huge Bookmarklets

by Brad Neuberg May 19, 2006
A bookmarklet is a special piece of JavaScript code that can be dragged into a user's link toolbar, and which later can be clicked on to implement cross-site behavior. People have done all sorts of cool stuff with it.

"Roll Your Own" JavaScript and PHP Syndication

by Will Bontrager April 28, 2006
When you have content on your web site that you wish to make available for others to publish, yet want control of what is published, it can be syndicated with JavaScript or with PHP.

Simple AJAX Chat

March 20, 2006
A simple chat script. It is a demonstration of what several dozens lines of AJAX code can do.

Easy Table Reading in JavaScript, Page 1

by Jonathan Fenocchi February 17, 2006
This article focuses on taking advantage of JavaScript's style-alternating capabilities and event-handlers to make any dynamic web page easier to read in a few seconds.

Ad-Rotation in JavaScript

by Jonathan Fenocchi February 17, 2006
In this article, you'll learn how to generate random advertisements in JavaScript, and explore some other features along the way.

JavaScript Synchronized Frame Scrolling, Pt. 2: Horizontal Scrolling

by Jonathan Fenocchi February 17, 2006
In part two of our mission to scroll two frames at the same time, we’ll look at how to make these frames scroll horizontally. This is useful for horizontally oriented sites, such as those designed with Flash or CSS – which is not uncommon.

Synchronized Frame Scrolling Part 1: Vertical Scrolling

by Jonathan Fenocchi February 17, 2006
In this article, you’ll learn how to set up two frames, and how to get them to “synchronize” vertically.

Easy Table Reading in JavaScript, Page 2

by Jonathan Fenocchi February 17, 2006
This article focuses on taking advantage of JavaScript's style-alternating capabilities and event-handlers to make any dynamic web page easier to read in a few seconds.

Easy Table Reading in JavaScript, Page 3

by Jonathan Fenocchi February 17, 2006
This article focuses on taking advantage of JavaScript's style-alternating capabilities and event-handlers to make any dynamic web page easier to read in a few seconds.

JavaScript Synchronized Frame Scrolling, Pt. 3: Putting It All Together

by Jonathan Fenocchi February 17, 2006
In the final chapter of this series, we’ll be looking at how to synchronize frames both vertically and horizontally. We’re going to put the code from the two previous articles into one so that both frames will scroll in both directions: horizontally and vertically.

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