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Problem: When zooming in or out on Chrome, the widths of elements increases very slightly and causes some elements to shift to the next line. Solution: The actual problem is Chrome adjusts the widths of elements by tenths.  So something

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When using parameters from the URL, it should always be sanitized before using it in your javascript. Using jQuery you can easily do: var safeString = $(“<span></span>”).text(unsafeString).html(); Using plain javascript: var entityMap = { “&”: “&amp;”, “<“: “&lt;”, “>”: “&gt;”,

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If you use Bootstrap (v3.x) you would see that clicking on a tab does add anything to the url so if you were to refresh, you wouldn’t go back to the tab you are on.  The post below says to

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A lot of scripts and even styles can be retrieved from google’s cdn.  Save yourself some time, save your server some time, and save your visitors some time. jQuery UI themes: http://stackoverflow.com/questions/820412/downloading-jquery-css-from-googles-cdn Scripts in WordPress: Use the Use Google Libraries

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Problem Setting up fancybox 1.3.4 with inline content doesn’t work when clicking on the link twice. Solution The problem I think is with the upgraded version of jQuery.  If using jQuery 1.4 like the example, it should work fine.  But

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Problem Using fancybox and datepicker I got an “a is undefined” javascript error.  I added datepicker to the fancybox by using the following code:   This caused the datepicker to show up correctly, but when selecting a date it closed

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The main problem in updating WordPress is the version of jQuery that is used is also updated.  jQuery is updated from version 1.8.3 to version 1.10.2.   Below is a record of what I’v gone through.  It’ll grow as I

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Problem Internet Explorer 8 (I no longer even look at IE 7) seems to not be able to see the padding on an anchor tag within a ul > li > a structure.   Using jQuery I have a hover

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Ran into a great article that explains the differences between return false, preventDefault and stopPropagation.  Here’s a summary: return false does both preventDefault and stopProgagation preventDefault just stops the browser default event. stopPropagation stops bubbling. In most cases you would

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Problem: I had a large banner with multiple layers and animation going on.  I was trying to fade out a 1000px+ by 400px or so image along with other moving objects.  In addition to that the image had some transparency

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