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50 Useful Tools and Resources For Web Designers


Typography

Meet Your Type: A Field Guide to Typography (free PDF)
This eBook will help you better understand the foundation of typography and overcome common obstacles and problems when choosing type.

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Web Font Specimen
This template lets you check the typography by analyzing the HTML-specimen in your browser. The specimen contains whole paragraphs in various line heights and font sizes, different headings, ordered and unordered lists, as well as italic and bold text. You can analyze the body size comparison that reveals aspects of the typeface that can’t otherwise be seen and study single glyphs, measure, grayscale as well as light on dark and dark on light previews. You may want to check out Good Web Fonts for the actual specimens of various legible screen fonts.

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Font Anatomy Wallpaper
This wallpaper (1920×1200) covers the terminology of typography, showcasing indi­vid­ual parts of the char­ac­ters of the alpha­bet.

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Web FontFont User Guide (PDF)
This Web FontFont User Guide contains information about typography aimed at different groups of people: web developers, system administrators and website visitors. You may want to consider giving it to your clients or colleagues.

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AltFontPrev
This is a simple JavaScript bookmarklet that lets you view the font stack of any website and then deactivate each font with a single click. It makes it easy not only to make sure everything looks okay when certain fonts aren’t installed on a user’s system, but also to view the fonts included in the website’s font stack in a single click, rather than opening the source code. You can even specify a custom font, which makes it handy when you’re considering changing a design’s current font.

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Typografix
This tool is an HTML re-processing script for creating beautiful typography. It corrects things like ellipses and smart quotes and adds tags for <script>, <pre> and <code> automatically. The en dash, for example, is created automatically when a hyphen is surrounded by spaces, and the em dash is created when two dashes appear in a row. Typografix is written in C#, requires Windows Installer 3.1 and .NET Framework 3.5 SP1.

Unicode Codepoint Chart
This chart is broken down neatly by type of character and symbol (and by language in many cases), with a visual reference under each category. From there, just click on the symbol or character you want and you’re brought to a page with detailed information about the character, along with a browser test page, an outline (in SVG format) and a variety of encodings and character sets (HTML entity, UTF-8, UTF-16, UTF-32, ISO-8859-8, etc.).

Bookmarklets

Quix
We have covered Quix several once already, but when one talks about bookmarklets, it is just necessary to mention Quix as well. Wouldn’t it be nice to have a powerful command line in your browser, some kind of shell that lets you use handy commands and shortcuts for a quicker and more productive workflow? That’s exactly what Quix offers. The tool is a clever extensible bookmarklet that lets you both access your bookmarks and perform various operations on other websites.

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WP-Toolbar bookmarklet
This tool will save a lot of clicks as you edit or update posts on your WordPress-powered blog. The bookmarklet gives you quick access to the entire administrative back-end directly in your browser’s window. There is also a GreaseMonkey script that automatically loads the toolbar when you visit a particular website.

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Print Friendly Bookmarklet
This bookmarklet strips advertising, navigation and all things that you don’t want to have when you decide to print out a page. It formats the content of an article or a document for great readbility and generates a minimal and clean PDF for printing.

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Bookmarklet Combiner
This tool creates a master bookmarklet which can either run all bookmarks at once or display a menu at some area of the page. Nice service for users who wants to avoid using a special folder only to hold all bookmarklets.

The Printliminator
The Printliminator is a bookmarklet with some simple tools you can use to makes websites print better. One click to activate, and then click to remove elements from the page, remove graphics, and apply better print styling.

Bespin Bookmarklet
Using the Bespin Bookmarklet, you can replace any textarea you encounter with a Bespin editor, making editing the text much more pleasant.

CSS, HTML and JavaScript Tools

eCSStender
Extensions built with eCSStender simplify the design process because you can author modern CSS using advanced selectors, properties such as border-radius, or custom font faces and rest assured that your design will work — even in IE6.

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CoffeeScript
This is a little programming language that compiles JavaScript while simplifying the code that developers actually have to deal with. It works with current JavaScript libraries and compiles clean code, leaving even comments intact. Once developers familiarize themselves with how CoffeeScript works, they could potentially save themselves a lot of time and headaches with the simplified code.

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#grid
#grid is a little tool that inserts a grid onto the Web page. You can hold the grid in place and toggle it between the foreground and background. To display the grid, just press a hot key on your keyboard, and you can set your own short keys to switch views.

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Primer CSS
This tiny generator works online and has only one function: it extracts from an HTML page (copying and pasting will do) a framework of classes and IDs that can be used as the foundation of an external style sheet. This can be wonderful if you work by first doing the structure in HTML, and then the forms and colors in the style sheet.

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CSS Usage
CSS Coverage is an extension for Firebug which allows you to scan multiple pages of your site to see which CSS rules are actually used in your site. Each time you run a scan, the CSS files that are included in the current page are shown with the number of times the rules has been found applied on your page before it.

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JS.Class: Ruby-style JavaScript
JS.Class is a set of tools designed to make it easy to build robust object-oriented programs in JavaScript. It’s based on Ruby, and gives you access to Ruby’s object, module and class systems, some of its reflection and metaprogramming facilities, and a few of the packages from its standard library. It also provides a package manager to help load your applications efficiently.

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JS Bin
JS Bin is an application specifically designed to help JavaScript- and CSS-developers to test snippets of code, within some context, and debug the code collaboratively. JS Bin allows you to edit and test JavaScript and HTML (reloading the URL also maintains the state of your code, new tabs doesn’t). Once you’re happy you can save, and send the URL to a peer for review or help. They can then make further changes saving anew if required.

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jQuery 1.4.2 Visual Cheat Sheet
jQuery Visual Cheat Sheet is a updated version of the useful jQuery Cheat Sheet. It includes all the reference you will need for jQuery 1.4.2 API.

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Turbine
Turbine is a collection of PHP-powered tools that decrease CSS development time and help you avoid headaches. Among other things, it has a simple syntax, automatic packing and gzipping of multiple style files, OOP-like inheritance and templating features as well as a shell for experiments and debugging.

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Jo: JavaScript Application Framework for HTML5
Jo embraces JavaScript’s object model and leverages CSS3 to handle as much of the presentation and animation as possible. It also provides a consistent and modular event model between objects and plays nicely with other libraries like PhoneGap.

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Sencha: HTML5 Mobile App Framework
Sencha Touch allows you to develop web apps that look and feel native on Apple iOS and Google Android touch screen devices.

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Aloha Editor, The HTML5 Editor
Aloha Editor is an advanced browser-based editor that is faster than other editors and provides you with better and richer formatting in real-time in your browser.

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JavaScript Regex Syntax Highlighter
Do you want RegexPal-style regex syntax highlighting on your webpages? This library takes care of it for you, so you can spend more time writing regular expressions and less time deciphering them. Currently, JavaScript regexes only are supported.

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OpenStack Open Source Cloud Computing Software
The goal of OpenStack is to allow any organization to create and offer cloud computing capabilities using open source software running on standard hardware. OpenStack Compute is software for automatically creating and managing large groups of virtual private servers.

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sweet-template
Sweet (Simple WEb front-End Template) is a lightweight JavaScript template with high performance. It’s small, fast, easy to use, and, most important, extensible. It also can be integrated with jQuery.

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jQuery Deconstructed
The Deconstructed series is designed to visually and interactively deconstruct the internal code of JavaScript libraries, including jQuery, Prototype and MooTools. It breaks the physical JavaScript into visual blocks that you can easiliy navigate. Each block opens to reveal its internal code. Clickable hyperlinks allow you to follow program flow.

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Alloy UI
Alloy is a UI metaframework that provides a consistent and simple API for building web applications across all three levels of the browser: structure, style and behavior.

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Google JavaScript Style Guide
This document provides a set of conventions (sometimes arbitrary) that hold the style guidelines used for Google code. It covers general good practices for open-source projects and well-written and well-documented code. It covers a lot of ground, from “use camelCase for variable names” to “never use global variables” to “never use exceptions.”

gleeBox
Gleebox provides a way to navigate web pages via keyboard. For instance, it allows you to hit the ‘G’-key and every link on the page will be highlighted. This application is available as an extension for Firefox and Google Chrome.

shellinabox
Shell In A Box implements a web server that can export arbitrary command line tools to a web based terminal emulator. This emulator is accessible to every browser that supports JavaScript and CSS and does not require any additional browser plugins.

Juicer: a CSS and JavaScript packaging tool
Juicer is a new command line tool that helps by resolving dependencies, merging and compressing files. It can check the syntax, add cache busters to and cycle asset hosts on URLs in CSS files.

Jake: A Build Tool for JavaScript
Jake is a new build tool built entirely in JavaScript that runs on top of the CommonJS. As its name suggests, it is based on the existing and already popular Rake tool and benefits from the same simplicity.

Closure Compiler
The Closure Compiler is a tool for making JavaScript download and run faster. It is a true compiler for JavaScript. Instead of compiling from a source language to machine code, it compiles from JavaScript to better JavaScript. It parses your JavaScript, analyzes it, removes dead code and rewrites and minimizes what’s left. It also checks syntax, variable references, and types, and warns about common JavaScript pitfalls.

Useful Online Tools and Services

ComparePSD (Win only)
This tool lets you compare two Photoshop files side by side and see every little difference. Look for differences by layer or by effect. You get a scaled view of the files, so you can see them next to each other and pick out differences more quickly. ComparePSD is available for Windows only and is free to download and use.

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Secure Passwords Generator
The tool lets you enter parameters, including the length of the password, whether to include uppercase and/or lowercase letters or numbers or punctuation and whether to eliminate characters that resemble each other (such as i and l, 1 and I, and o and 0). Then, just select the number of passwords to generate, and it returns a list. It even includes phonetics for each password to make it easier to read out loud (in case you’re giving a password to someone over the phone, for example).

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SwatchSpot: Random Color Swatch Generator
This tool creates random color swatches to inspire you. Lock in the colors you like and shuffle away the ones you don’t. Once you’re done, grab the color codes or download your palette.

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Yuuguu: Instant screen sharing and web conferencing
This tool provides instant web-conferencing, online meetings and collaboration and enables you to work with your cusomers, partners and colleagues right away, without a single download. The free version allows for 100 minutes per month of web conferencing.

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Web Form Recovery Firefox Plugin
Lazarus securely auto-saves all forms as you type, so after a crash or server timeout you can go back to the form, right click, “recover form”, and breathe a sigh of relief.

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Which loads faster?
This tool lets you see two websites load side by side in real time. Then it shows how long each took to load and the percentage difference.

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Faary
Faary is an online form builder that operates with the help of text lines, and the form is generated as such. The tool creates an HTML form with CSS, which can be downloaded as a ZIP archive.

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Scr.im
Scr.im lets you use a shortened URL to give out your email address safely and securely on forums. Just enter your email address on Scr.im and it will give you a link to a page with your email address, with security to prevent bots from viewing it.

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Name Checklist
This tool will help you find out if your brand name, username, domain and vanity url are still available online or they are already taken.

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Quora – Web Design
Quora is a continually improving collection of questions and answers created, edited, and organized by everyone who uses it. You can follow web design, usability and related discussions and ask your questions as well.

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Todo.txt Command Line Interface
If you’ve got a file called todo.txt on your computer right now, this script is for you. You probably don’t want to launch a full-blown text editor every time you need to add an item to your to-do list, or mark one that’s already there as complete. With this simple shell script, you can interact with todo.txt at the command line for quick and easy, Unix-y access.

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Note and Point
This gallery highlights beautiful Keynote, PDF and PowerPoint-slides on the Web (mostly Web design-related) which is great for inspiration if you are thinking about creating beautiful and attractive slides for your next presentation.

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ManyBooks
This site offers a huge collection of public domain e-books, as well as other newer books that have been released in the public domain or under Creative Commons licenses, in a variety of formats.

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Tweetment
This service allows you to design sexy web pages for your tweets.

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Browser Cover Generator
This simple tool generates a browser preview of an uploaded image and can add address bar URL, window title, shadow, status bar and various browser skins to the image.

Linkification Firefox Plugin
Linkification Converts text links into genuine, clickable links. To view and set options, you can use the Linkification right-click context menu.

Useful References and Guides

Design Is History
This resource showcases the evolution of design through time. It was created as a teaching tool for young designers just beginning to explore graphic design and as a reference tool for all designers. As a designer it is important to understand where design came from, how it developed, and who shaped its evolution. The more exposure you have to past, current and future design trends, styles and designers, the larger your problem-solving toolkit. The larger your toolkit, the more effective of a designer you can be.

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User Interface Style Guides
This page features some useful links to style guides used by large websites, corporations and news agencies (e.g. the BBC Style Guide), including editorial guidelines, quality guidelines and online standards.

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Trademarkia
Trademarkia is a free search engine for U.S. federally registered trademarks on the Internet. They provide up to the minute contextual information about the current use of interesting business names, slogans, and logos through pictures, commercials, and conversations from Flickr, Google, Youtube, and Twitter for each U.S. trademark filed with the United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) since the year 1870.

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Icon Reference Chart
This chart, created by Jon Hicks, was created to collect the sizes, formats and the related information about icons used on different devices. At the moment it covers browsers, Android, iPad, iPhone, iPhone 4, Linux, Mac OS X and Windows. And you can also download a template for iPhone and iPad icons. Useful.

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OpenWith.org
OpenWith is a directory of existing file extensions and free tools to open them. You’ll find a free program for just about everything you would ever need to open, including source code, data files, disc images, spreadsheets and video files.

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ScriptSrc.net
This site puts all the latest versions of script tags from the various JavaScript libraries in one place. Whether you use jQuery, swfobject, Chrome Frame, MooTools, Ext JS, YUI, Prototype, Dojo or Scriptaculous, you’ll find the most recent script tags here.

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Colours In Cultures Chart
This map shows how colours are perceived in different cultures and nations across the globe.

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Guidelines and standards manuals
Handy examples of guidelines and standards manuals used by companies and brands online. Also check Branding & Corporate Identity Design page.

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Code Standards and Front-End Development Best Practices
This document outlines de-facto code standards in professional modern front-end development. The primary motivation of the document is code consistency and best practices. By maintaining consistency in coding styles and conventions, we can ease the burden of legacy code maintenance, and mitigate risk of breakage in the future. Nice and useful overview.

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Essential Tools You Always have Handy When Fixing a PC Problem?
This forum thread features must-have tools that you should keep loaded on your thumb drive when asked to deal with a family member of friend’s personal computer issue.

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Project Management For Dummies
Because of the ever-growing array of huge, complex, and technically challenging projects in today’s world, project management has become a critical skill. This page provides a nice project management cheat sheet that will help you handle your project management assignments, such as confirming a project’s justification, developing project objectives and schedules, and maintaining commitment for a project.

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Expression Engine Reference Chart
A quick and useful reference guide for ExpressionEngine users. A PDF-version is available as well.

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Computer Hardware Chart
A detailed and handy hardware chart for notebook RAM, desktop RAM, CPU sockets, hard drives, ports, processor card slots, processor card sockets, peripheral cards, desktop card slots and power connectors.

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Corporate Identity / Logo Usage Guides
A collection of documents that illustrate how organizations and companies ensure that their branding remains consistent online and in print.

ASCII: The Pronouncation Guide
ASCII stands for American Standard Code for Information Interchange. Computers can only understand numbers, so an ASCII code is the numerical representation of a character such as ‘a’ or ‘@’ or an action of some sort. The non-printing ASCII characters are rarely used for their original purpose. This page features an ASCII character table and includes descriptions of the first 32 non-printing characters and the guide to their pronouncation.

Name Pronunciation Guide
Inogolo is a practical, easy-to-use website devoted to the English pronunciation of the names of people, places, and miscellaneous stuff. The site contains a searchable database of names with both phonetic and audio pronunciations in English.

Usability and User Experience

Hand picked UX related resources
UXMARKZ is a collection of hand picked UX related resources, updated daily. You will find interesting sites, articles, videos, images and slideshows from the field of interaction design, usability, information achitecture, user interface design and other. All submissions are moderated.

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UX Myths
This ressource is supposed to help you build your website based on evidence, not false beliefs. UX Myths collects the most frequent user experience misconceptions and explains why they don’t hold true. And you don’t have to take their word for it, the site shows you a lot of research findings and articles by design and usability gurus.

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User Interface Design Patterns for Ideas and Inspiration
A user interface design pattern library. It is a collection of Web design patterns and best practices which helps you to find inspiration and design interfaces with great user experience. It is also a user interface gallery full of real world examples of our patterns.

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Last Click

How Do I Win Rock Paper Scissors Every Time?
Now, that’s a handy resource: have you ever gotten tired of being crushed by Rock, cut to shreds by Scissors, or smothered by Paper? This graphic has information compiled about Rock, Paper, Scissors (RPS) from the World RPS Society, the masters of Rock, Paper, Scissors, to help you overcome your opponents and understand the strategies needed to win Rock, Paper, Scissors every time.

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The Universal Packing List
This tool generates a custom packing list for your journeys. You have to provide some basic information about the journey and a packing list appears immediately.

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Ex-blocker
The Ex-blocker is a plugin that hides any information about your ex online. The tool is available as a Firefox and Chrome extension.

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Not Beans Again
An online tool that finds a recipe from your ingredients. Enter what you have got in your fridge to the “Ingrediometer” and see if the tool can come up with a recipe for you.

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A Coder’s Guide to Coffee
As most software and creative professionals know, coffee is an important technology for boosting mental acuity and maintaining peak on-the-job performance. But did you also know that coffee can be a damn tasty beverage? All you need is the appropriate amount of disrespect for the mainstream coffee industry and a desire to enjoy a better beverage.

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Flipboard
Flipboard is a free personalized social magazine for your iPad. It allows you to quickly flip through news, photos and updates your friends are sharing on Facebook and Twitter. The emergence of tools like this is what will make iPad a truly useful and handy device for many people.

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  • morbiusdog August 2, 2013 at 6:44 pm

    I’m trying to learn Javascript in w3schools.com and I’m wondering what’s the difference between objects and variables?

  • Superman August 6, 2013 at 2:13 pm

    For certain ites my computer says I need to enable javascript. I can’t figure out how though…

  • Sergeant Pickle August 7, 2013 at 2:35 am

    What is the best way to serialize activities between asynchronous JavaScript code? Tight loops that wait for a global variable to be set are too CPU-intensive. Using a timer is too artificial and is not guaranteed to work. Is there any way to use an operating system semaphore? If not, is there any way to create a semaphoring system within JavaScript?

  • Matthew August 7, 2013 at 6:53 am

    Hello,
    Here is what I would like to do.
    I would like to have a button. When the button is clicked, it gives a value to a javascript variable.
    I am not sure at all how to do this, but if someone could write me a simple example, I should be able to see how it works by looking at it.

    Thanks for your help!
    _JDDellGuy

  • Rassling Fundamentals August 9, 2013 at 2:18 pm

    I want to start a feed on my page. On the website I go to, there is an option for both javascript and rss, and I have no idea what the difference is?

  • Dr Dorian August 10, 2013 at 2:35 am

    I need to connect to a web site, download the home page, then search for a particular link within.

    I have achieved this, however the link I require is dynamically generated when the page loads using javascript, so my HTML parser in Java cannot see it.

    If anyone knows how to load a HTML file and execute the javascript in Java, please let me know

  • Joey 01 August 15, 2013 at 2:27 am

    I need to add a javascript alert confirming you want to leave my website, designyouryou.tk, but I don’t know how to stop it from alerting when you are about to close the window or when you click one of the menu buttons. Please help!
    I also have an image menu on the homepage, I can’t have that popup, too.
    See http://www.designyouryou.tk to see what I mean.

  • Jesse August 15, 2013 at 7:56 pm

    I’ve been reading about JavaScript cookies. But I am still not sure of a few things.

    I need a cookie, created in Java, that takes a variable that had been set already in another Java Script, and places it into a cookie that is good for the session only.

    document.cookie

    seems like the the way to do this in Java, but I am confused about the rest, especially how to use it with a variable…

  • Jenna August 24, 2013 at 11:43 pm

    Right now I’m going to college to learn web developer and I’m learning how to write javascript. How much JavaScript do I need to learn in order to succeed as a web developer?

  • Gundown64 September 8, 2013 at 4:51 pm

    Google’s search engine now requires javascript. Can’t click on the results and go to the sites with javascript turned off. Does Google have a non-javascript search engine or something?
    *update*
    It appears to be an experimental thing that Google is doing and is turning the feature on and off intermittently. I hope they don’t make it JavaScript only, if they do I will quit using Google search. I will virus scan my computer just in case though.

  • borabora5524 September 9, 2013 at 12:20 am

    Ok so I know there is an Http Address that brings up javascript on the page allowing you to edit the page, However I cannot remember what it is, would somebody please provide me with it? Thanks.

  • slipknot0129 September 10, 2013 at 2:03 am

    I already use javascript and css in my webpages, can’t write many good games yet tho.
    Don’t worry, no-one else will see the games, it’s only for myself. And I’ll have you know I have made games using javascript in the past, using drag and drop and hiding elements and document effects and whatnot. A simple yes or no will do.

  • Michael September 11, 2013 at 10:09 pm

    Is it good to using much Javascript on a website because I fear that some users turns off Javascript on their browsers?

  • mavis24 September 14, 2013 at 9:55 am

    If ive already validated in javascript how does the validation in php “know” that it has already been validated?

    Because I dont want to validate the form twice.

  • mmminja September 15, 2013 at 12:55 pm

    Right now I’m going to college to learn web developer and I’m learning how to write javascript. How much JavaScript do I need to learn in order to succeed as a web developer?

  • Only Business September 17, 2013 at 7:05 am

    How can I make the sliding images in crunchyroll? What javascript coding is necessary to make the sliding images?

  • Jon P September 17, 2013 at 9:27 pm

    I’m new to JavaScript and in the book I’m reading it doesn’t explain the difference between functions and variables very well. I know there’s a difference I just don’t know what it is specifically. Anyone care to help me out?

  • Roflcopter September 22, 2013 at 2:45 am

    Javascript code starts running when
    (1) the html document is fully loaded and all objects in the document already instantiated or
    (2) the html document is fully loaded only or
    (3) whenever browser sees a script block during loading from website?

    Please cite a link to the standard document if possible.

  • jordenkotor September 27, 2013 at 12:36 am

    What books would you recommend for beggining to learn css and javascript? I have heard good things and bad about the bible and I tried the Javascript and Dhtml cookbook but it was difficult to read does anyone have suggestions?

  • Stevalicious October 6, 2013 at 5:19 am

    My computer won’t let me go on facebook and youtube because javascript is turned off. But I don’t know how to turn it back on. Online it says how to turn it on if you have a windows computer but I have linux and I use mozilla firefox on there so how do I do that?

  • Rkmc October 6, 2013 at 5:21 am

    I would like to enble javascript to use my online banking,, how can i do it?

  • krishi October 7, 2013 at 10:15 am

    Hi,

    can i use javascript on my computer to write to a text file locally?

    Thanks!

  • Franklin Bluth October 12, 2013 at 10:17 pm

    I need the javascript code to display a message saying Happy Thanksgiving and it changes the background color to an appropriate color for Thanksgiving and this needs to be based on the date. When the date changes to Nov. 26 there needs to be a new message that says Merry Christmas and the background needs to change again and it needs to stop the day after Christmas. Thank you.

  • Elijah luv October 14, 2013 at 10:47 am

    I have these two JavaScript codes:

    Refresh this page

    This one ^ refreshes a page when clicked

    < Go Back

    And this one ^ takes the clicker back to the page they were last viewing

    I was wondering if both these pieces of code could be combined so that when the back link is clicked the previous page would come back but refreshed.

  • RxP DarkBox October 14, 2013 at 7:34 pm

    Hi, I am making a website that has java in it, I need some help with some code that checks whether someone has javascript enabled, and if not asks them to turn it on.

    Any help would be appreciated.
    thank you silent, that is what I was after.

  • stephen m October 20, 2013 at 4:17 am

    I recently downloaded firefox and youtube no longer works on my laptop. I downloaded the most recent flash player and I checked to see that the javascript was turned on and it is. I looked it up and those were the two suggestions everyone seemed to have, but its not working. What do I do?

  • heavenly sword October 23, 2013 at 8:16 am

    Not much else to say. I know there’s the

    function show_confirm()
    {
    var r=confirm(“yada yada”);
    if (r==true)

    else

    }

    but I don’t know how to make it link to another page when you press the OK button. Thanks for suggestions!

  • Taylor G October 23, 2013 at 9:14 pm

    Forgive me in advance because I am a beginner. If JavaScript, PHP, Ruby, and Python are all scripting languages, than why is JavaScript kindof in a category by itself when the others seemed to be classed together. What is different about JavaScript for it not to be considered as seriously as the other three?

  • Malcolm Hudson November 5, 2013 at 12:34 pm

    Hi. I’m just playing around making my own website just for fun. Started tonight and did some html and css. Then i got over to javascript not really knowing any of this. Its the first time I even attempt this so keep in mind I’m a noob. Anyways first I tried to add Minecraft in the browser to the website and found a script but then i noticed that Minecraft needs you to login now to be able to play in the browser. So now i wanna add robot unicorn attack to my website instead.

    Ps. This is nothing I’m doing to earn money by any means. I’m just playing around on my computer having a little fun. So if any of you kind souls would like to send me a script i would be very happy :D Thank you.

  • veemodz November 11, 2013 at 10:41 pm

    Aluminium nitrate solution + Sodium hydroxide solution –> aluminium hydroxide + B L A N K

    And Balance it and if possible write the net ionic equation

    THANKS SOO MUCH!

  • Jerosh Nagulachandran November 30, 2013 at 9:09 am

    Hi. I really want to get into scripting and I heard that JavaScript is the best to learn first because it’s easy. So I need a website or download to a JavaScript tutorial for someone with absolutely no experience with scripting. I am a complete beginner. Please provide the link. Thanks!