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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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that presented to the user's browser. If DOM data is same with any CSS tweaks, I can only understand on JavaScript DOM-Mutations for achieving this (because AFAIK Google Crawler doesn't run scripts …
asked May 17 by JohnDoea
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There are a few contact form extensions for MediaWiki that one can download and install but I don't want to use extensions at all (or changing the PHP) if there is another solution in HTML-Javascript. Is there any HTML-JavaScript module I could utilize? …
asked Jun 17 by JohnDoea
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in a MediaWiki project I don't need the automatically created About webpage because in this case the homepage already covers the about details of the project. I can delete any webpage but for some re …
asked Apr 10 by JohnDoea
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via JavaScript. The following code pattern should work (Babelified to ES3, as in MediaWiki 1.33.0 one cannot run ES6): var head = document.querySelector("head"); var addToHead = [` <script async …
asked Sep 9 by JohnDoea
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I have a website with a minimal, client-side HTML-CSS-JavaScript contact form but I desire to hide the destination email address of that form from the HTML source code so that form users would not be …
asked Sep 18 by JohnDoea
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I personally don't post any kind of external advertisements in any of my websites: Not Adsense, not anything. I just don't charge other organizations and companies to advertise in my websites and I do …
asked Apr 7 '18 by JohnDoea
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In a MediaWiki-based non-communal website there are some HTML elements that should be presented only for logged-in-users (an administration menu or some of its links). Usually if I want to hide somet …
asked Jun 12 by JohnDoea