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JavaScript Event Madness! Capturing *all* events without interference

The following is a guest post by Matthias Christen and Florian Müller from Ghostlab. Ghostlab is cross-browser cross-device testing software for Mac and PC. One of the things I'm very impressed Ghostlab can do is sync the events from one browser to all the others. Scroll one page, the others you are testing scroll. Click somewhere on one page, that same click happens on the others. I asked them about how the heck it does that when there is Read article

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Float Labels with CSS

You've probably seen this pattern going around. It's an input that appears as if it has placeholder text in it, but when you click/tap into that input, that text moves out of the way and allows you to type there. It's rather clever, I think. Brad Frost has a really good post on it, detailing the pros and cons and such.

Many of the demos I've seen involve JavaScript. The other day I was checking out at Nest.com, saw … Read article

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Just One Of Those Things You Need To Understand About JavaScript

Ever since I've published the article Dynamic Page / Replacing Content, I've gotten quite a few emails that come in from people who are trying to use it in conjunction with some other JavaScript stuff and having trouble. Most of the time, it's some kind of lightbox effect. One of their pages has a bunch of thumbnails on it, and when they load that page in, the lightbox effect doesn't work.

The problem is that when the thumbnails are … Read article