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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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Yes, you should combine the files. Just use the custom download builder to select the parts you need, and it'll do it for you.
answered Dec 12 '11 by Su'
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person is after one of those, then you're really going to be annoying them. Pretty much all attempts at this (preventing right-click or text selection) depend upon JavaScript, which means: I can … temporarily disable JavaScript. I can use a browser that doesn't run JavaScript at all. I can view source via the browser chrome menus. I can view source via a key combination. I can select large chunks of …
answered Dec 27 '12 by Su'
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You're probably referring to the New York Times slidebox. They were one of the first, or at least highest-profile sites to use the technique. There's a demo here of a plugin someone wrote, with link t …
answered Oct 30 '11 by Su'
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Some work already being done on alternatives, all SVG-based: Sozi Dizzy JessyInk I'll leave it to you to decide whether SVG counts as "HTML5"... There's now the recently-released impress.js, which is obviously Javascript-based. …
answered Jun 27 '11 by Su'
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I have disabled the right click button of mouse Don't do this. There are valid uses for right-click that you are blocking in addition to (not) protecting your code. All you'll do is annoy everybo …
answered Aug 7 '12 by Su'
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First guess would be that your images are massive. The flower image on this page is 800x600px, forced to 180x135 in-browser, and the actual file is 328k. If you do that a bunch of times in a single do …
answered Oct 5 '11 by Su'
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Sequence has a demo specifically aping Apple's style, particularly the iPhone 4s feature gallery. This one allows for arbitrary CSS animations(rotation, etc.) LayerSlider isn't free(though only $7) a …
answered Feb 16 '12 by Su'
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That's not really encrypted, just encoded. The answer's actually right there in the source. You need to run all that stuff between the innermost quotes through the Javascript unescape() function. Here's a handy page for it: Online Unescape Decoder and Encoder. …
answered Sep 15 '11 by Su'
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It's not a single page. (This should be obvious just from viewing source.) There are separate documents, like this one, being loaded via Ajax. In Firefox, open Firebug and enable the Net tab. When y …
answered Sep 21 '12 by Su'
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Just view the site. All you're doing is confirming that the ads are showing up. The few impressions it takes to do that aren't anywhere near what ad servers are looking for as far as "false impression …
answered Jan 4 '12 by Su'
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This is a fairly standard feature, at least among the well-known options. (To the point that they generally don't bother making too much mention of it.) It doesn't seem like it'd be hard to find one u …
answered Nov 27 '11 by Su'
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As long as the code runs, Google won't care whether it's in-line or not.
answered Feb 17 '11 by Su'
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Javascript, back end stuff, weird hashbang URLs, and so on. Sometimes this can be justified, sometimes not. It might save you some server resources(might), but will that be enough to offset the upkeep? You …
answered Nov 21 '11 by Su'
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DataTable can lock columns, and there's a plugin that adds the ability to resize them. (There's no good anchor; just do an in-page search for "resize.") Flexigrid will do everything on your list, exc …
answered Feb 17 '12 by Su'
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If your framework/CMS/whatever has the appropriate functions, you can include the scripting conditionally as @Michael suggests, but without the additional library. Taking your datatables case, for e …
answered Jun 27 '12 by Su'