Tagged: JavaScript

DRM: What It Is, And Why It Doesn’t Work

DRM (Digital Rights/Restrictions Management) is any technology that attempts to restrict the use and/or ownership of digital content. In its very broadest sense, a DRM solution may be as simple as using JavaScript to...

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How To Talk To A Developer

As a fresh semester starts up for me teaching web development, now seems a good time to talk about communication. Communicating code and design problems is a skill, something that has to be learned...

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The span tag

<span> is the second-most commonly misunderstood tag in the HTML lexicon, after <div>. A useful way to think of <span> is this: it is an inline tag that is the liferaft of HTML, usedonly...

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CSS Style Guide – Part 4

Specificity As we’ve seen, CSS isn’t the most friendly of languages: globally operating, very leaky, dependent on location, hard to encapsulate, based on inheritance… But! None of that even comes close to the horrors...

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