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Accessing JavaScript variable in an iframe, from the parent window on same domain

You are already executing the script when the is still loading, so it’s test is undefined. Either wait for the iframe’s load event, or just get the variable when clicking: 42 more words


Web Developer - Woodmead, Johannesburg

Our client is a specialist Online Media and Marketing Firm with local roots and substantial international reach.

They are currently on the lookout for a talented and versatile, can-do-it-all Web Developer to join their team within their Development Department. 195 more words

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JavaScript error handling anti-pattern

From http://www.nczonline.net/blog/2009/04/28/javascript-error-handling-anti-pattern/

One of the areas I feel lacks enough discussion is error handling in JavaScript. While a lot of thought typically goes into error handling in server software, complete with error logs and monitoring systems, there’s very little emphasis on the same for JavaScript. 624 more words

Exception Handling

Single Page Apps – Store Your Data Locally in Knockout Using AmplifyJS

Amplify store and Knockout can be great partners. For example, you can use client storage to improve user experience, remembering user preferences or previously entered values such that the user doesn’t have to start all over. 1,022 more words


How to expand/collapse table rows with Bootstrap

Comment faire des accordéons dans des lignes de tableau en Twitter Bootstrap ? Nous verrons qu’utiliser une table pour faire un tableau …n’est pas une si bonne idée ! 1,104 more words


Triangle Land refresh & the future

I think I link this song every time I post about my future plans. Whatever, I like this song. :P

P.S. If you are reading this on WordPress.com, you already know the big changes, but if you are reading any other way, you will need to come to my site. 635 more words


eBook: Head First JavaScript

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Want to make the leap from writing HTML and CSS web pages and create dynamic web applications? Want to take your web skills to the next level? 42 more words