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IE settimeout arguments

setTimeout() schedules an arbitrary function call for some point in future. This is useful when you have functions that do repetitive tasks some milliseconds apartment, but not constantly. The reason why this is used instead of a simply while (true) { … } loop is because Javascript is a single-threaded language. So if you tie […]

String Truncation (Ellipsis) using jQuery for IE FF Opera

you could achieve the same thing by writing a small JavaScript code:

CSS Selectors you Must Memorize

The star symbol will target every single element on the page. Many developers will use this trick to zero out the margins and padding. While this is certainly fine for quick tests, I’d advise you to never use this in production code. It adds too much weight on the browser, and is unnecessary. Compatibility | […]

CSS String Truncation with Ellipsis for IE FF Opera

We’ll start by adding a class “.ellipsis” to the p tag and building it by example. Add white-space: nowrap, to limit the paragraph to a single line, and overflow: hidden keeps it from making the browser window wider. We then add width: 300px to limit the size (IE6 needs a width defined, even if it’s […]

Best practices to increase Performance your web site

Minimize HTTP Requests 80% of the end-user response time is spent on the front-end. Most of this time is tied up in downloading all the components in the page: images, stylesheets, scripts, Flash, etc. Reducing the number of components in turn reduces the number of HTTP requests required to render the page. This is the […]

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