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13: new post   Testing Cross-Browser Behavior Differences in AJAX
"My tests consisted of using a testbed that allows threaded, simultaneous requests, or queued, sequential requests. (...) I have a method of triggering 144 requests, one right after the next, so they are virtually simultaneous. (...) This has a real effect on the way the browsers behave."
Dec 22, 2006
14: new post   Four Year Old CSS Referring URL Privacy Hole Found
"Using a bit of CSS knowledge and some clever JS, webmasters can see which other sites their current visitors have been at..."
Sept 24, 2006
15: new post   Changing styles and having them "stick"
How to preserve style changes across navigating back and forth. Also sports a neat method using the window.name to hold session state.
Dec 11, 2004
16: new post   Limited Ways to Protect Javascript Code
Some interesting new twists in the age old code protection question.
Nov 26, 2004
17: new post   Javascript Jumpstart - Operator Basics
Learn about Javascript operators.
July 28, 2003
18: new post   JavaScript Jumpstart #3 - dHTML menus
Cross-browser DHTML menus.
June 10, 2003
19: new post   JavaScript JumpStart #2 - form validation
Learn how to use Javascript to validate form elements.
June 9, 2003
20: new post   JavaScript JumpStart #1 - form validation
Learn basic Javascript syntax to start validating forms.
May 28, 2003
21: new post   JavaScript - JScript - ECMAScript version history
Most of the time it's all one thing -- plain ol' javascript. But sometimes the exact version becomes important, so here's a handy reference.
Mar 12, 2002
22: new post   handy, generic javascript coding
Generic Javascript functions
Apr 30, 2001
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