Archive for October, 2007

I’ve already posted about the Free Download Manager. Recently I’ve checked and they have a new version, which enables you to download videos from YouTube, Google Video, Blennus, DailyMotion, LiveDigital and MySpaces. Probably the list of supported sites will keep expanding. It enables you to automatically convert the downloaded Flash video (.flv) to some of the popular […]

Monday, October 22nd, 2007 at 21:57 | 1 comment

Yesterday evening my laptop with Vista already got too slow for normal work that I started to think about reinstalling. But instead I decided to use the performance tools in control panel and I made serious maintenance plus I turned off some features like visual styles. An improvment in performance was immediate. And then suddenly […]

Thursday, October 11th, 2007 at 17:46 | 3 comments

The third in the series of tools for web developers is for the ones that don’t want or don’t have the option to install any software or addons and just need a quick access to a tool for inspecting DOM 1. Mouseover DOM inspector v. 2 – MODIv2 This thing is pure JavaScript, DHTML and […]

Sunday, October 7th, 2007 at 14:38 | 0 comments

In my previous post I’ve presented a tool that I find very useful when debugging display, creating javascript related to HTML DOM, etc. The tool is intended for Internet Explorer. The FireFox users aren’t deprived of such tools either. There are two tools available:   1. Web developer toolbar for Mozilla Firefox   It offers quite a wide […]

Sunday, October 7th, 2007 at 14:13 | 0 comments

Many times to refference or change the the element’s properties in a DOM of a web page, I was just going crazy. Especially in SharePoint this can be difficult, because some elements are nested DEEP within other elements (table > div > div > div > … > input). You can help yourself a bit with […]

Thursday, October 4th, 2007 at 17:43 | 1 comment
Categories: JavaScript, Web design