Hey all, I've been trying to throw together a generic function that retrieves the absolute URL of an executing JavaScript file on a web page:  http://gist.github.com/433486  Basically you get to call something like this:  getScriptName(function(u...
I have a small javascript library written by myself. I want to reference it in my web application, but it doesn't work  <script src='file:\\C:\Path\To\Script\Script.js'></script>   Is it possible to reference javascript when a...
I have a container div element that has overflow:hidden on it. Unfortunately this property is required on it because of the way the site is made.  Inside this div it's all the site content, including some tooltips. These tooltips are displayed wi...
How can I make something like    in React Native?  I have tried simply with flexDirection: row and then a <View> for every single row.  But I need to define the number of seats in every row and change the horizontal position for every second ro...
I am trying to position an image above (NOT before) the text. Below is the code I have so far. I also posted the result I am getting and the one I want to achieve. My goal is, when the user hover the <p> I want to show an image above it, this m...
I am using divs as the bulding block for a sort of column graph. Each div takes up 1% of the screen and there's many of them. I want them to both stick to the bottom of their parent div via bottom: 0px; and somehow have multiple of them side by s...
See the JSFiddle here: http://jsfiddle.net/jL6d2qp6/  I have an animation that is supposed to keep the #top element in a fixed position at the top of the page, except for when the #login element is on the screen. To control this, I am using a javascr...
Rearrange array elements according to the absolute difference with x  i. e., the element having a minimum difference comes first and so on. Like I'm taking  array  [10, 5, 3, 9, 2, 3] and x = 7 then the absolute difference for every element shoul...
The goal is simple, using a mousewheel, zoom into a specific point (where the mouse is). This means after zooming the mouse will be in the same roughly the same spot of the picture.   (Purely illustrative, I don't care if you use dolphins, ducks...
I've managed to get this far and it works great for solid width divs but can't work out how to manipulate it to work when the width of the div changes.  Question: How do I make this function take into account the different div widths after ea...

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