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Save Dr. Dotty from the Quicksand

Copy from the Wayback Machine Archive. Dr. Dotty is exploring in the jungle and accidently walks into quicksand. The object of the game is, of course, to save Dr. Dotty. The Save Dr. Dotty from the Quicksand games are a variation of the old paper game “Hangmans’s Bluff”. The object of the game is to […]

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Demonstrating Photoshop Functionality with X-Objects

Copy found at Wayback Machine Archive. I upgraded my original cross-browser DHTML objects into the new X-Objects — with support for Mozilla and Navigator 6.0. To try out the new objects, I migrated 4 DHTML demos into using the new objects. These demos demonstrate different aspects of using Adobe PhotoShop’s photo filters and editors. I’ll […]

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X-Objects: Clipping

Copy found at Wayback Machine archive. Clipping in the earlier releases of Mozilla and with Navigator 6.0 followed the CSS 2.0 release specification. Clipping boundaries are set at “0” for all four sides of the rectangle containing the content — to clip, you would offset the values, using positive numbers only. This differed from the […]

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X-Objects: Events

Copy found at Wayback Machine Archive. Event handling is pretty straight forward for all three impacted browsers (or browser object models). Events can be handled using two different techniques: through event handlers attached to HTML elements, or through event capturing. Navigator 4.x, IE, and Mozilla/Navigator 6.x all support both types of event handling, though the […]

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X-Objects: HTML Replacement

Copy found at Wayback Machine Archive. HTML Replacement is functionality to replace the contents of an HTML tag. The contents could be the element’s data or could consist of one or more embedded HTML elements. Internet Explorer has four proprietary methods to replace the contents of an HTML tag:¬†innerHTML¬†to replace the contents with new HTML […]