I am curious about the original purpose of the <input type="hidden"> tag.  Nowadays it is often used together with JavaScript to store variables in it which are sent to the server and things like that.   HTML 2.0 was released in Novemb...
At first I thought that hash hack is a requirement, however judging from the recent updates from facebook, I am thinking otherwise.  The original hash hack (I am not sure if this is the correct term) is that by changing location.hash, one may save a...
I really like the idea of jQuery's deferred/promise pattern or paradigm but sometimes I have trouble wrapping my aging brain around the finer points or specific implementation details.  In fact recently I've found that the deferred/promise pa...
Given the following:  $(window).bind("popstate", function() {     alert('popstate'); });   On first load, the alert fires with FireFox and Chrome but not Safari. Why is that? Anyone else seen this and know how to best solve for this?...
I want to change html without reload. I do it like:  $('#left_menu_item').click(function(e) {     if (!!(window.history && history.pushState)) {         e.preventDefault();         history.pushState(null, null, newUrl);     } });   It...
Using nginx, I want to preserve the url, but actually load the same page no matter what.  I will use the url with History.getState() to route the requests in my javascript app.  It seems like it should be a simple thing to do?  location / {     rewri...
A small website I was creating (more like fiddling) uses AJAX to load each page. Previously I was changing the hash of the url, this worked great but was ugly, and the user could refresh the page, and it would stay on the same page.  Now I have switc...
Next to the Web Tips Picture  https://i.stack.imgur.com/A2OGn.png  Warning: Hash history cannot PUSH the same path; a new entry will not be added to the history stack   Tips error , This is when I click on the link again    Next to Picture is React-R...
I am trying to modify the content in my page without a reload. Currently my code reads:  window.onpopstate = function(event){     // Ajax Request the Page and replace content with new content };   This works when I push a state then trigger the popst...
Client is asking for the ability for users to go back to a page full of search results after clicking on a result.  Right now it's a simple jQuery call:  $('a.detail-back-button').on('click', function(evt) {     evt.preventDefault...

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