Is there a system/framework in existence which focuses on providing tutorial / help like overlays in the browser?  Example: You have a webapp which requires a certain level of instruction to the user. In this instruction process you wish to "hig...
The user of the ASP.NET web app I'm building can select colors for use on some of the elements (e.g. buttons/titles) to facilitate some degree of personalisation.   The problem is that by default the text on those layers is black...what I'm t...
I'm using inline-edit to update text in the database with AJAX. This is basically the process, pretty usual stuff:   text is not editable I click the text, it becomes editable I type the new text then click to send the updated text to the databas...
If you have a seller accounts at amazon or ever happened to look at their product upload form, I am sure you must have noticed that for each product type you wish to upload they have a slightly different form.  If you want to sell Table Fans, you are...
I have a web application with a great deal of both client-side and server-side logic.  It is considered business-critical that this application feel responsive to the end user, for some definition of "feels responsive."  ;)  Most website moni...
I just updated to Chrome 64 and started noticing this message in our webapp:  [Violation] Only request geolocation information in response to a user gesture.   This seems overly restrictive. I don't have to click "Update location" repeate...
Ideally it would be kept up-to date continuously.  Some kind of CSS & Design weekly is another bonus.  The problems I want to solve for myself are:   Understand deeply all the tricks with CSS (not just how to style with a random snippet from the...
Lets say we have a simple example as below.  <input id="filter" type="text" /> <script>      function reload() {      // get data via ajax     }      $('#filter').change($.debounce(250,reload)); </script>   W...
So I've got a web app that is for all intents and purposes a photo viewer.    When a thumbnail is clicked, the app    requests the image asset, injects it into the DOM as an IMG tag and disposes the other   (MooTools Asset.image, inject and dispo...
When you sign up on github.com they show a tour that shows everything to start using github properly. Also google shows these tours in Gmail when they add a new feature. These are tiny little boxes, tool-tips float on the page and sometime some key p...

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