JavaScript is a dialect of the standardized ECMAScript programming language, primarily used for scripting web-pages. Use this tag for questions regarding ECMAScript and its dialects/ implementations: JavaScript, JScript, etc., excluding ActionScript.

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jQuery scrolling images for e-commerce site, what to do about users who disable JS

As the title suggests, I am developing an e-commerce site and I intend of having two jQuery plug ins on the default page, one for scrolling images and the other for the navigation menu. Should I be ...
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Web development and tips for building a website and the advantages of using HTML 5 in the site [closed]

I am trying to make a website for my college, and the program starts from jan 13 and we get 15 days of time to develop a running site. The best site will become the college site. I am participating, ...
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Is making AJAX site crawlable AND degrading gracefully with JS turned off possible?

According to this spec, making AJAX site crawlable by Googlebot means that you have to use hashbang (#!) links in it which means it won't degrade gracefully when JS is turned off. This might mean that ...
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Does google see the output of document.write? [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: Will JavaScript (document.write) content be indexed by search engines? I've got a site where people can list machinery for sale. Each item for sale has it's own dynamic ...
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How to overcome politics of the net (Google translate code refuses to work from a specific region)

According to the FAQ's I am not sure if my question is a ok to ask or will be closed or should I post it in the meta or even I would blame some one for downvoting it. However it is one that has been ...
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How to overcome politics of the net (Google translate code refuses to work from a specific region) [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: How to overcome politics of the net (Google translate code refuses to work from a specific region) I have this Web Site. It uses the Google Translate API (Can't post the ...
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How is this website's architecture structured? [closed]

refer to this URL: http://imagemechanics.com.au/ Every page seems to have its own unique URL, but the "/#!/" leads me to believe it's all one giant page with anchor tags defining the sections. Is ...
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Will JavaScript (document.write) content be indexed by search engines?

I have an external JS file embedding some content inline in a web page. Basically it just does a document.write("my content") via a script tag and loaded externally with the src attribute. Any ...
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How can I block site visitors using legacy browsers

I want my site to block access to visitors that are using outdated browsers such as IE6 and IE7 etc. I am looking for a script that I can use to block certain browsers accessing my site
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How to SEO Optimize JavaScript Image Loader?

I am building an image-centric catalog website. It catalogs collectible gaming cards numbering 100,000+ pages. There are competitor sites receiving millions of hits each month, so with the possibility ...
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S1000D JavaScript search engine

I am developping a static web application. My goal is to create a search engine. So, I have a list of training's documents and I want to search a fulltext from each one; My documents are stored on ...
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Separating portion of website to its own server

So my job is to take the homepage (or maybe I should say "homesite" because it encompasses a few interrelated pages) and drag this onto its own Apache server. The problem I'm having right now is being ...
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Reduce HTTP Requests method for js and css

Is these way can Reduce HTTP Requests? multiple javascript files with & symbol <script type="text/javascript" ...
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How to crawl a webPage with dynamic content added by javascript

I guess there is a news that Google bots have the capability to understand our javascript code. It means this is possible to fully crawl a webpage which has lazy loading feature enabled. I am using ...
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SVG images grow and create scrollbars when on the server

Okay so I embedded some SVG images into my page and opened it locally on Chrome and it looked fine. I upload the same file to the server and look at the page online and the SVG images have grown by ...
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Monitoring GWT website

We currently monitor our webapps using cURL. More and more of our webapps use the GWT framework, which uses tons of JavaScript, and we can't rely on our cURL system to monitor anymore. Therefore, we ...
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Fixing validator error “cannot generate system identifier for general entity”

The W3C validator shows a "cannot generate system identifier for general entity" error when attempting to validate a page that contains the following code: <script type="text/javascript" ...
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Repeated calls with random Javascript append to the URL

I keep getting calls to my server where there is random Javascript appended on the end of lots of the calls, e.g.: /UI/Includes/JavaScript/).length)&&e.error( ...
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Protect js code from being stolen

I have developed an web app with jquery,html-css markup which would be an premium web app. So I have to ensure the security of the code from being stolen.But as all these are client side,so there is ...
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If something can be achieved using CSS or JavaScript, which will render faster? [closed]

I have two working solutions for hover navigation that I've built. One solution uses JS, one use CSS. My question is, assuming a browser is JS-enabled, which solution will work faster? I'll most ...
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XSS with local storage - Is it a concern?

I am working on creating a demo of how to use HTML5's local storage. The demo will be placed on my personal website and will append the user submitted data to the html. Can XSS stored on the client ...
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Is there a third party JavaScript that adds Facebook Chat style messaging to a site?

I'm looking for a service (happy to pay) that will provide Facebook style chat to users of my website. I'd expect it to work somewhat like Disqus but probably require a bit more work to implement user ...
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Can google “see” this custom javascript code which displays links from an external site to mine

I have a javascript code on my site who displays links from another site. This is what I have on my source before: <script language="JavaScript" ...
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Posting a link to our page on facebook doesn't resolve correctly within FB

We have a product page, there is a javascript popup that requires users to enter an email address to gain access. But the page behind the popup is fully rendered (for SEO value and such). ...
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Interlinking websites using javascript - safe for SEO?

I have a nutrition network of 20 sites which share the same hosting account, though different C class IP's. They were interlinked and suffered a massive traffic drop after penguin. I have decided to ...
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How to show only disqus thread-votes and nothing else

I want to show just the thread vote portion of the whole disqus commenting system. How would I go about doing it? Here is an example of what I am asking for: http://i.stack.imgur.com/7FvYO.png could ...
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Loading main javascript on every page? Or breaking it up to relevant pages?

I have a 700kb decompressed JS file which is loaded on every page. Before I had 12 javascript files on each page but to reduce http requests I compressed them all into 1 file. This file is ~130kb ...
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If my URL's are static, but then parsed by Javascript, does that make it crawlable?

Lets say I have a link: <a href="/about/">About Us</a> But in Javascript [or jQuery] catches it and then adds the hash based off of the href attribute: $('a').click(function(e) { ...
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Tracking Outgoing Links With Google Analytics Events

I've been trying to track clicks on external links on my website using the events tracking method. So I've got my Google Analytics code setup before body ends as shown below (note: quotes have been ...
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Why am I getting messages from cloudfront in my error log?

I frequently have messages like this in my websites error log: "Script error.". URL: https://e3m4drct5m1ays.cloudfront.net/items/loaders ...
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Parallel downloading of JavaScript files on page load

Below is a quote from one of the Yahoo performance pages: While a script is downloading, however, the browser won't start any other downloads, even on different hostnames. When I look at page ...
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Is there an elegant way to track multiple domains under separate accounts with Google Analytics?

I have a situation where a content management system uses the same template for multiple websites with different domain names and I can't make a separate template for each. However, each website needs ...
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what is standard approach to create a responsive website using javascript,php ajax and perhaps zend framework [closed]

I am working on a web system currently and plans to heavily use javascript with ajax to make the user interface more friendlier, not fancy as such. The javascript will be used for client side form ...
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Sudden drop of pageviews/visit and increase of bounce rate in Analytics

Google analytics stats: 04 june 2012 Visits: 4.423 Unique visitors: 3.558 Pageviews: 77.352 Pageviews / visit: 17,49 Visit length: 00:06:26 Bounce rate: 1,09% 05 june 2012 Visits: 4.652 Unique ...
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Does loading and executing external javascript have influence on SEO?

Say I have a script that executes after DOM Ready. It loads more resources (like a twitter feed and the like). So, it adds up to the total experience of 'waiting' for the page to load, though it isn't ...
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What parts of JavaScript and jQuery are essential reading for Web Designers [closed]

As a web designer, how should I go about learning javascript and jquery? I would like to avoid duplicating my efforts and focus on whats important. I am very much confused and need a place to start.
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Visual aspects of JAVASCRIPT and logical aspects of JAVASCRIPT? What is good for a web designer, aspiring to be and UI designer?

Visual aspects of JAVASCRIPT and logical aspects of JAVASCRIPT? What is good for a web designer, aspiring to be and UI designer? I am learning Javascript, however, while learning I observed that ...
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Something like firebug for internet explorer?

Is there something like Firebug for Internet Explorer? I've got a site that is only supposed to be working in IE so I'm only targeting IE and the site is not supposed to work in Firefox.
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Icon grid that overlay when clicked?

I'm looking for something that works like this: The page is a 4x4 grid of icons (boxes with small pictures and a title). When someone clicks on one of them, an overlay gracefully is displayed with ...
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Will crawlers find content that appears after document.ready using javascript? [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: Does the Google spider render JavaScript? I have a page that initially loads and looks pretty empty, but after it has loaded uses an ajax call to populate the content on ...
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Using style.less from lesscss.org doesn't properly show changes I make to the style.less file?

I inherited a wordpress project that was initially developed by another developer and for the CSS they utilize the script from: http://lesscss.org (which so far seems to not only be overkill but ...
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How to get browsers to only download CSS/Javascript when it changes?

I had an epiphany earlier when reading codinghorror. On a content website (blog/forum/website) the basic things rarely change if at all. So I was wondering if there was a way to cache them and only ...
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Someone else is using our Google Analytics Tracking code number. What do we do?

After looking over our Analytics today, I realized that another website is also using our same tracking code #, which is cause quite a few incorrect hits to our Analytics. Are there any ways to ...
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Collapsible menu and amount of links in a web page [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: Collapsible menu and amount of links in a web page One of my pages contain three levels of a collapsible menu (JS + CSS from mycssmenu.com). There are a dozen first ...
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Collapsible menu and amount of links in a web page

One of my pages contain three levels of a collapsible menu (JS + CSS from mycssmenu.com). There are a dozen first level items displayed to users, each one with various second level items, and finally ...
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How to add Google App Script as a gadget to Google Calendar?

I created a small App Script with a small UI. Now I'd like to have it as a gadget in my Google calendar. I tried to embed a gadget with the following basic XML: <Module> <ModulePrefs ...
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Is text in Javascript HMTL scripts taken into account in Google (or other) indexes?

I have a HTML page where I update the content of a div to display some introduction text when displaying the page. It is hard for me to create copies of this page for all possibilities and move the ...
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Upload image file: is compression on client side already possible?

When offering photo file uploading, usually the user will have badly compressed and huge (10+ megapixels) JPEG files from their cameras or phones. On the server side, these files will get ...
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Site failing randomly - could it be Cloudflare or something weird in the JS?

I've been working on a simple site that uses javascript to fade through some fullscreen background images as well as some other simple animations. I've tested the site on Chrome, Safari, FF and Opera ...
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two columns text block with an image [closed]

I have a dilemma. Here is the layout: How should I markup this kind of layout? P.S.: The columns have different width.