There was a post this morning asking about how many people disable JavaScript. Then I began to wonder what techniques might be used to determine if the user has it disabled.   Does anyone know of some short/simple ways to detect if JavaScript is di...
Apparently, neither jsFiddle, nor codepen.io support ES6 syntax (e.g. running let x = 10 will throw an error - see for yourself).   Obvious choice would be es6fiddle, but it produces clearly false results (block-scoped variable i stays defined out of...
I am using the below code as a basis to allow an end user to type in a surname and/or ID number and it simply retrieves all the instances of that surname/ID from a list and places them in a text field or something. This is on a SharePoint 2013 page....
Ok, my question's not as broad as it seems, to summarize 8 months effort on my part:  I create chunks of re-usable, extensible XHTML which degrades gracefully and is all kinds of awesome. Most of my code chunks are provided a Javascript interacti...
I know with Chrome I can use snippets to manually run some js code on a webpage. But This required manually executing the snippet. is there any way to have some JS code that my browser (chrome or firefox) would every time I visited a new page?...
What I'm looking to do is add vsdoc info to my javascript using snippets.  I'd like to be able to select below a javascript function declaration, call my snippet, and the snippet would create the summary tag and 1 param tag for each parameter...
I have these template files I'm extracting code from. They're a lot like a vue template file someView.html:  <title>Editor View</title>  <config>   <window width=512 height=512 target="main" />   <load pre=&...
Is it possible to manually add snippets through react-ace component.  For example, adding snippet myFun to javascript:  # Function snippet myFun     function ${1?:function_name}(${2:argument}) {                 let x = 'test';         ${3://...
I'm trying to add a snippet that receives N arguments and tabs through all of them. The first argument($1) is the name of the variable:  var $1 =    and the rest of the arguments fill the array.  ['$2','$3','$#'];   Now th...
I have a camera system that is casted to a tv using chrome. The page loads initially with a banner and in small view and I want the page to open in fullscreen by default (the cameras timeout after so long and the page must be refreshed at an interval...

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