As far as I know all popular web browsers execute the onclick attribute of an anchor link first, then follow the path specified by the href attribute.  The problem here is that the onclick attribute only gets called when clicking with the left mouseb...
I am doing site, which will help people to collect their  water meters readings. At the moment I am doing input form for adding current month readings.   Browser is checking data when user input it, not on/after form sending (via jquery). For example...
I use Chrome Developer Tools to debug my JavaScript code, but I have one pet peeve with the way Chrome lets you edit the JavaScript files under the Scripts tab. Sometimes, I do not realize that I am in Chrome and I start making changes to the code un...
Visit http://www.google.com/gmm with a mobile device - the scrolling is super smooth even with floating toolbars. How are they accomplishing this with GWT?  Update  I mean the site as seen by a mobile browser, not the native app. And I always assumed...
Here is an example of what happens when pasting text from Financial Times, the top paragraph is added.  Thanks in advance!  Example:     Please respect FT.com's ts&cs and copyright policy which allow you to: share links; copy content for >...
On a touch device like iPhone/iPad/Android it can be difficult to hit a small button with your finger. There is no cross-browser way to detect touch devices with CSS media queries that I know of. So I check if the browser has support for Javascript t...
I'm often conflicted about how to approach this problem in my applications. I've used any number of options including:   A generic multiselect - This is  my least favorite and most rarely used option. I find the usability to be atrocious, a s...
For example, there is some JavaScript code which has a click handler which determines where the user should be redirected to. Let's say it's just a redirection random link that is calculated when the user clicks the link.  Here are some scena...
For a back office application which is going to be used in house and users trained to use it, does it make sense to have browser side validation. After training users will seldom make mistakes. These mistakes would get caught at the server side. Also...
What would you do if your site visitors disabled JavaScript? Do you block them?...

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