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A technical blog about programming in PHP and about technology in general: programming, workarounds and troubleshooting

The other day I downloaded “Fahrenheit 451” by Ray Bradbury as a free eBook, and tried to read it. I found that I cannot read much more than the titles of each chapter. I tried double-clicking and dragging, and saw that something appears on the screen, organized in paragraphs. Right Click->Inspect Element Now, a sub-window …

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CSS3 is the newest CSS standard, and is supported by all modern browsers. Among the new style properties supported in CSS3, there are animation properties. Those properties allows you to animate HTML elements without the need of Javascript. CSS3 allows more animation options than those done by the non-standard yet supported marquee tags. It also …

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In the previous post, How To Develop Firefox Extensions – Intro, we discussed the Chrome document’s DOM. In this post, we’ll learn how to create an add-on that can be installed.  In this post, we’ll learn how to access the Chrome document’s nodes, and to organize an XPI (Cross Platform Installer) file. XPI files are …

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Firefox users can add functionality to their browser by installing an add-on.  To install an add-n click on Tools->Add-ons. You can then search for your requested add-on: add-on to download movies from a site, to share a page in Facebook, to add a Delicious bookmark, etc. Another useful add-on is DOM Inspector, which allows you …

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