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jQuery Hack – How to Automatically Re-size Background Images!

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For web designers out there who use photos as background images, you might want to learn how to automatically re-size background images, matching the size of the browser of the user.

You can probably use a complicated javascript for that but there’s a better way, you can use a simple jQuery hack for that, see Bavota’s hack here.

I just really dig how versatile the jQuery library is and all the amazing things you can do to a Web site with it. I had to creat

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Mobile Browser Hack – Android, WebKit and Javascript/AJAX Trim() Functions!

Here’s a quick note on mobile browsers like Android, WebKit. Based on my testing, it seems that string trim() function is not supported.

I was trying to do something like:

if(mystring.trim()==”0″) etc…etc…

That won’t work in mobile browsers for some reason but you can do something like it using match instead: if(mystring.match(/0/)) etc…etc…

I don’t know exactly why trim() isn’t supported fully on mobile browsers but for those of you who have problems with your website that works on desktop browsers but

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Twitter API DIY – How to Get Started with Twitter API and PHP!

Over the last whole week, I’ve been super busy developing my new Twitter app site, I think it will be HUGE and a very useful site for Twitters.

Along the way, my coding for Twitter API has improved and I wanted to share you all the details on the resources I used.  I wrote the “Complete HOWTO Guide to Twitter API and PHP/AJAX” over at my TweetHacking blog so check it out for those of you trying your debut at a new Twitter site.

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Project Legals – One development system for all browser platforms

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The thing I like Java over other languages it’s cross-platform abilities,

it seems like Project “Legals” is something of similar nature except geared toward browsers…

OpenLaszlo is an open source platform for creating zero-install web applications with the user interface capabilities of desktop client software.

OpenLaszlo programs are written in XML and JavaScript and transparently compiled to Flash and soon DHTML.

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