Whether you want one analog clock to display on your web page or several, each with a different appearance and displaying the time in a different timezone, this script makes it easy to add them. All you need to do is to write the calls to create the new clock objects and the script takes care of the rest without needing any images or anything beyond simple HTML tags each with an id attached where the clocks are to go.
Microsoft Office 2010: Advanced (Shelly Cashman)
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Sometimes you have a piece of content that you want to display in a number of different web pages and you want it to look the same in all the pages regardless of how the rest of the page looks. In this article we look at how you can write the stylesheet commands for a given piece of content in such a way as to minimise the possibility that it will interfere with the rest of the page.
Microsoft Office 2010: Illustrated Introductory, First Course
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While there is seldom any real need for doing so, it is possible to make sure that your visitors are using the absolutely latest version of a script even if you last updated it after they started viewing the page that uses it. So those who believe that it is not possible are wrong. Those who believe that it is possible but would require a complex ajax script to achieve it are wlso wrong because it can be easily done with just a few simple DOM commands. Whether it is worthwhile to actually implement this type of functionality is a separate matter.
When is text not text? When it is a part of an image. As far as most computer programs are concerned text and images are two completely different things and any text that you have placed inside an image is just a part of that image and can’t be read by the program. There are a few exceptions to this all of which involve optical character recognition.
Microsoft Office 2013: Fast and Easy: A comprehensive tutorial for Microsoft Office 2013 (The Get It Done FAST! Series Book 15)
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There are lots of different error codes defined to cover the various possible problems hat can occur with displaying web pages in a web browser. Some of these occur fairly often (such as page not found) while there are others you will probably never see. Web sites may have a custom page defined to display when some of the more common errors occur. It is useful for everyone whether creating their own pages or just visiting other people’s pages to know what at least some of the most common error codes are so that when you see a default error page that just displays an error number you will at leas have some idea of what the error means.
Browsers make it really awkward to open bookmarked pages – particularly when you want to open more than one at the same time. Instead of opening each in a new tab some browsers insist on overwriting the page you are currently accessing with all the new bookmarked pages.
Exploring Microsoft Office 2013, Volume 1
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