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  1. Where is that forum? There is a JavaScript forum. Isn't that enough? Agree. https://www.google.com/trends/explore#q=JQuery%2C%20Node.js Is there a JQuery sub forum? <OT> Do you know the new Norwegian web browser Vivalidi? Vivaldi use node.js. </OT>
  2. Will there be a Web 2.0 bubble? (Should W3 School members be aware of this?)SE engines use advanced empirical Bayesian filtering that is used in rocket science like the Kalman filter. Options pricing formulaes are in some cases more advenced than those used by rocket scientists. These formulaes are used to value a company, websites and more generally eProperty. I like very much the following statement made by Benjamin Graham, by many called the Dean of Wall Street. "You are no more right even if most people agree with you." Especially regarding businesses, credibility and reliability this
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    Uninstall Games

    There is (was?) a program called advanced uninstaller.Sometimes you have to maually uninstall the program. First stop the program (CTRL + Alt + Del) + stop process and then delete the prgram and the folder it is installed in. You can also clean the registers manually.
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    RoundedDesign

    You have an excellent name, since "rounded design" is by some professional designers, viewed as Web 2.0 design. You used a form to make the design?
  5. Who Are We?Adhesion Arts is a web developing company that specializes in web sites that are up to current web standards as well as cross browser compatible.TitleContact....Too bad. The more you have there the better.1. At least one telephone number.2. Mail address.3. Pictures of persons and company building. Copy of house street number.4. CEO's cv etc.5. Last but not least. Organization number in Public Register like you have to do it in Norway with .no domains.The more detailed you are here, the greater the probability that the company will grow IMO.P.S. There are thousands of very go
  6. I use all three for different purposes (e.g. testing and different home pages). I have had no problems in any of them. All three are fine here today. One argument for using at least two browsers. You can browse the web while upgrading to a new version.
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    XML and Opera 9.24

    Today, Opera 9.24 is ready. It must be a major upgrade 4,7 MB (larger than complete older versions) since it takes many minutes to upgrade. My impression is that Opera is (one of) the best XML compatible browser(s). It renders XML documents with accompanying stylesheets and Schema (a little unsure here) fairly well. My questions are: Do you see any difference in how it parses XML documents? What about XPointer, XLink and other XML technologies. How well are these technologies implemented in the browser? When will it be possible to export favourites with a well formed XML stylesheet? Ex
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    AJAX Room

    Do you read my posts? Did you note my cite from the book by Bjørn Kirkerud? Was that about rocket science or programming? May be I require too much of you to read my posts (in connection).<digression>SE's use the same methods that are used by rocket scientists, eg. Bayesian Filteres like the Kalman and more generally the Masreliez filter.</digression>
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    AJAX Room

    I awaited that answer. Web 2.0 Applications.No time to discuss what Web 2.0 is about. Call it what you want for me. Web 2.0 hype if you want. Are we using Opera 1.0 still?Some relevant links related to Web 2.0.
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    KKFilosof

    Do I need to be more specific about accessibility. I have given you an example of a site that sets a standard. You start defending your own bad ideas on accessibility instead of listening IMHO. In addition I have given you a large collection of resources related to accessibility. As I told you the most impressing thing is, IMO, that the site is XML driven. I have no time to argue any more and comment on other parts. Other members have done that.Personally I would not include the AAA banner on the site. You are of course free to interpret the recommendations in your own way. Period.
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    AJAX Room

    My last word on just that. Is it rocket scinece to advocate correct (let us not discuss that word too) markup / code? No not everybody. Some people are too fast and sloppy. I could not said it better myself:Read what Matt Zandstra writes about being too fast. "The problem is that PHP is just too easy. It tempts you to try out your ideas, and flatters you with good results. You write much of your code straight into your Web pages, because PHP is designed to support that. You add the heavier code to functions in library files, and before you know it you have a working Web application. You are
  12. Note my minimalistic SEO rule for Web 1.0 sites.SEO Rule: Write quality content with simple clean code and and relevant anchor text in IBL's (if you have control over some of these - linking to this site / page etc.).There is much more in the way you present content on your site for exmple, writing for the web, the inverted pyramide style of writing, lateral thinking, semantic thinking, the long tail of SEO etc. Think like a bot, but write for human benings.Great content without IBL's is like a regatta without wind.
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    Spam bots

    Yes exactly, but by setting up a spider trap you can See if the Bot respects the robots.txt file See which part of your site it visits. Confuse it if it goes around robots.txt and block it if it continues on the second or third visit.
  14. Good answer. I would add.Note the Schema defines "the grammar" of the document. An xml document must be well-formed, bud need not validate, that is, conform to its schema.In my view, XML Schema is of utmost importance, especially for large companies since that will get a very strict control over their documents.<digression>Note there is a document function, that can be used in XSLT style sheets for accessing multiple documents from within one style sheet. It is an XSLT extension of XPath.</digression>
  15. I receive Microsoft's Magazine, and one edition had a short article about the W3Schools website. I think I found the forum that way.Interesting article that told that the website had 30 mill visitors / month (I think it was back in 2005/ 2006). The article stated that the site was about being one of the 1000 most visited sites on the internet. That is great.What has impressed me, is that I often find hits from the site on the first page in Google. So the people should also be clever on SEO.The competition is increasing day for day. Some day's ago I watched the news from Cnn, that I watch n
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    AJAX Room

    Yes of course it is, but be careful so you do not teach bad habits, so a rocket ends in the Atlantic Ocean. My demand for laziness, is that you do everything correct with your current level of knowledge and sometimes you may ask other people how to do things.W3Shools is reckognized as an authoritative source on the net. And W3Schools have to take AJAX and more generally Web Applications seriously (a very simple RSS news feed based AJAX applicationhttp://www.kjellbleivik.com/Books/ProAJAX/...ple/default.htm) if the site and the forum will continue to be an authoritative site. Web 2.0 and htt
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    KKFilosof

    Learn to listen young man
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    Spam bots

    But you can block them (in .htaccess) confuse them and you can write traps for them. Bad bots most often do not respect the robots.txt file. Google: spider trapbad bot trapcrawler trapor variations thereoff.Some great relarted links:http://browsers.garykeith.com/downloads.asphttp://www.iplists.com/http://www.crawlwall.com/http://www.dnsstuff.com/ Good ? forum
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    AJAX Room

    Advanced Usage Help: "Some Words" Find posts with the phrase 'some words of wisdom', 'some words' but not 'some noise words' My bolding.I should like that search form, with AJAX functionality on my own sites.<%@ Page Language="VB" ContentType="text/html" ResponseEncoding="iso-8859-1" %><%@ Import Namespace="System.Data" %><%@ Import Namespace="System.Data.SqlClient" %><script runat="server"> dim resultCount as integer = 0 dim strA as string Dim myConnection as New SqlConnection("server=myServerName;pwd=myPassword;database=myDB")Function dhReplaceAll( _ ByVal strText
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    AJAX Room

    My bolding: covers everything and nothing?Hm. Now I am more confused but, perhaps on a higher level. IT-Background?IT-Skills?Note: The top of laziness is to do everything correct from the very beginning (if you are able to do that?)--- 00 ---
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    KKFilosof

    May (even if it is October) be. I would be very careful, about using three AAA's. This http://www.equalityhumanrights.com/en/Pages/default.aspx site could IMO use the banner with three A's. It sets a standard that is difficult to beat. Note "Listen" in the upper left corner.I do not like to give ad for my own pages and the moderator are free to delete the following link:http://multifinanceit.com/qualitycontrol/qualitycontrol.htm(Note: Only as a resource collection for you. Not as an axample of an accessible site. It is far from accessible).If that is not enough click "Links" in the upper
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    AJAX Room

    No problem, if you can be more concrete, I have even copies of articles that I can send you.
  23. There is an Italian site below.This is about Web 2.0 design. Googlespanky corners Alex Walker site:http://www.sitepoint.comMore precisely thishttp://www.sitepoint.com/blogs/2006/05/02/...-no-javascript/SitePoint is the best source I know of since all of the solutions listed below (including the Italian) have drawbacks.Links: http://www.alistapart.com/articles/customcorners/http://www.alistapart.com/articles/customcorners2/http://www.vertexwerks.com/tests/sidebox/Inspirations for the above see:http://www.alistapart.com/articles/slidingdoors/http://www.alistapart.com/articles/slidingdoors2/Othe
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    KKFilosof

    Also screen readers and accessible for mobile devices? What are your requirements for a site using the WAI-AAA banner?
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