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  1. Hi, I'm a newbie in webdesign and I would love some guidance on this tool I want to create. Its a circular timeline sorta. I attach an image of how I want it to look. It will have a + button to add new events, And the event should be dragable with the mouth. Any idea where I should start?
  2. Ok so I found out that it is easier to learn from ​video tutorials!. And I tried to figure out how can I fit whole website in a video. ​But the answer is 1interactive video tutorials! Imagine that you have a video and at the beginning you can select what do you want to learn, and select what chapter do you want to start in! For the memory check there can be quizzes in the middle of chapters for example when a code is being typed a quiz pops up that asks us what should I write next to make something happen! I heard that 3/4 people understands better when something is explained in a
  3. Hello, I have been developing a website for a school project in html, css and javascript. We'll be using the website for an interactive board game. One of the most important elements of the website are the scoreboard and the game questions. The game questions basically give a specific amount of points if correctly answered. The points will then be sent to the scoreboard, and saves it. The scoreboard makes use of cookies to save the data/reset the data. And here comes my problem.. the scoreboard works great in Internet Explorer and Firefox, but not in Google Chrome. I have followed a tu
  4. Hi All, I'm new to web programming in general and need some advice for a site that I'm trying to pull together. The best I can do is try to describe what I'm trying to do because I really have no idea of how to implement this idea.The primary purpose of the site is to be a blog with separate directories for different themes. I was hoping to have a navigation menu on the side of the site with sort of an archive list in which a user could select the article they wish to read by selecting their way through directories as displayed in the menu. I want to be able to just bring up the article withou
  5. How can I create an interactive chart like this: http://se.deltasd.bc.ca/vision/ while using HTML5?
  6. Dear members, moderators and administrators,I thought of sharing this item of information with you on W3schools forum, may some members find them useful.Most of us the members concentrate on the technical part of the implementation and sometimes ask how do we know the "Usability, Quality, Measurement Criteria, Effectiveness and Interactivity" of our website projects.I haven't made this information myself; I have just studied during some previous year in university within a course (module) of Human Computer Interaction, thus thought of sharing them with you. Brief Introduction:-A main goal for
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