Aug 012017

OQMIRX: SGML(Standard Generalized Markup Language) especially ‘top: (X)HTML & XML :OQMIUH‘‘especially what I need to know’™’’ :http://1.JotHere.com/6027#OQMIRX

  1. ‘section’
    1. ‘‘‘Pretty Link’ entry’ ‘anew’’
    2. ‘history in reverse order’
      1. OU0CUH: ‘op’  publish 1 after {;date 2017.08.01TuePst0616 ;polish .75 ;version 1 ;words 2826 ;revision 1}
        1. after NY0WO6 with replacement qty {563+skip+311}
        2. OU0BXA: after date 2017.08.01TuePst0556 after words 2823 after entry template is /5812#ON705D after ‘publishing my articles for James’ reference in his thesis starting with his[……]MORE
Aug 012017
 Posted by on UTC 2017.08.01Tue at 12:50 CSS LXM2QF, HTML MJ90PD, printed NTLH8S, Uncategorized No Responses »

ONLTCH: printing ‘‘especially what I need to know’™’ :http://1.JotHere.com/5958#ONLTCH

  1. ‘section’
    1. ‘‘‘Pretty Link’ entry’ ‘anew’’
    2. ‘history in reverse order’
      1. OU0ARL: ‘op’ publish 1 after {;date 2017.08.01TuePst0531 ;polish .5 ;version 0.5 ;words 3792 ;revision 1} after (in reverse order):
        1. after NY0WO6 with replacement qty {816+skip+452}
        2. OU0A0G: after date 2017.08.01TuePst0515 after words 3787; after ‘publishing my articles for James’ reference in his thesis starting with his Proposal :OTZUJB
        3. ONLT84: create {this ‘document’ http://1.JotHere.com/5958#ONLTC[……]MORE
Jul 032015

NQVDRD:   “intro & overall”

  1. NQVDTX:  “The “terms of use” of {this post & its comments, including the privacy & confidentiality of it plus all knowledge obtained from it} is JotHere’s standard Terms of Use except:
    1.  NQVDUA:  none.
  2. NQVDUJ:  “post name history in reverse start-order”
    1. NQVDUR:  now originally to next: “{CSS(Cascading Style Sheets) & related JavaScriptstumbling points, by DestinyArchitect
    2. NQVDYB:  “per post name, add post to categories”
      1.  NQVDYT:  ‘CSS LXM2QF
      2. NQVE1M:  ‘JavaScript NQVCR2
      3.  NQVDYK:  ‘DestinyArchitect creatio[……]MORE
Apr 282014

N4PKYB: q(http://1.jothere.com/wp-admin/themes.php?page=suffusion-options-manager&tab=theme-options-blog-features.php : updates to add beyond-theme custom file for {CSS:  more} & {JS: 1st})

  1. N4PKYU:  I now created this post by http://1.jothere.com/wp-admin/admin.php?action=duplicate_post_save_as_new_post_draft&post=721
  2. N4PL98:  archive url_archive_MAXUKI\com_\JotHere_\1_\wp-admin\themes.php\&page=suffusion-options-manager\&tab=theme-options-blog-features.php\HTML.Chrome.N4PL98.htm
    1. N4PLCK:  create
    2. N4RCHN:  archive 2
    3. N53GY8:  archive 3
  3. N4QZHP:  (in[……]MORE
Apr 072012

M23ATL Version 0.1

  1. Title & URL: the ability for certain pages to have custom-else-sub themes on (this site=http://1.JotHere.com) http:/1.JotHere.com//2771#M23ATL
  2. M23AUI: Motivation
  1. M23AVD: Since site aims to support content on any topic, much work has been gone into choosing a general purpose page theme for this site.
  1. M23AXE: For instance, here’s the thinking which went into the debatable but intentional choice of a black-background with white/light text -post your feedback on that there.
  • M23B01: And at least some popular universal-topic sites get by with a singl[……]MORE
  • Mar 272012

    M1KK4H Version 1.0

    1. M1KK60: Title: apps (webmobile, & native) in JavaScript+HTML+CSS http://1.JotHere.com/2716#M1KK4H
    2. M1KLAV: Originally if 1 wanted to develop an app, one had to pick a language for each type of platform it was to run on:
    1. M1KLC9: For the increasingly popular web browser, the only choices were:
    1. M1KLDG:  HTML+CSS plus JavaScript and/or (rather weird & limited) XSLT
    2. M1KLYC: Limited Java if using GWT which is complex & requires another level of compilation.
  • M1KLER: For the big-3 desktop environments, the big choices were
    1. M1KLG4: In pow[……]MORE
    Jan 122012
    1. Version 1.0
    2. LXPEH2: Problem. I was concerned that loading page elements was taking too much time, in particular the
    1. LXPEQ6:   Stylesheet additional 1= http://docs.google.com/uc?id=0B30.. in comparison to say
    2. LXPEQM:  Stylesheet additional 2=http://0.JotHere.com/L8IPUB/../LXKDST.min.combo.css
  •  LXPEQY: specifically loaded  http://2.loverules.info/608#LWTVJE  in  Chrome F12->Timeline then pressing Record then Refresh, then Record (off).
    1. 1:
      Duration 0 (at 9.88s)
      Resource uc
    2. 2:


      Duration 0 (at 10.85s)
      Resource uc
    Jan 102012
     Posted by on UTC 2012.01.10Tue at 17:56 1.JotHere.com admin, CSS LXM2QF No Responses »
    1. LXLYSB: In http://2.loverules.info/wp-admin/themes.php?page=suffusion-options-manager&tab=theme-options-blog-features.php ->Custom Includes -> Stylesheet
    1. LXLYWB:  Additional 1 is set to http://docs.google.com/uc?id=…
    1. LXLYWB:: I ~2 days ago, recalling this didn’t work reliably, I tried it in incognito mode to view http://2.loverules.info/140  and it worked fine (putting IDs float-right).
    2. LXLZ29: While this in theory should provide versioned & scalable-cloud storage, it’s certainly not its intended use (for CSS stylesheet hosting) and I don’t have a means to[……]MORE
    Feb 252011
     Posted by on UTC 2011.02.25Fri at 21:27 1.JotHere.com admin, CSS LXM2QF No Responses »

    LH7H21: :

    1. LH7H2Q: Goals (for CSS hosting), from roughy mostly to least
      1. LH7HK1: Desired source includes:
        1. LH7LAT: see (CSS source) Possiblities
      2. LH7HMM: Referenced by (including):
        1. LH7HZA: (Set Theme’s) “First Additional Stylesheet”
        2. LH7J8H: The link-tag in the HTML page.
      3. LH7H7N: The distributed CSS can be auto-generated from source-code so that
        1. LH7HGX: For speed, comments can be stripped out.
        2. LH7HH3: possibly higher level languages can be used for definition as
          1. LH7HHI: HTML formatting (what I’ve done before; put ref here)
          2. LH7HHN: http://sass-lang[……]MORE
    Feb 042011
     Posted by on UTC 2011.02.04Fri at 10:48 1.JotHere.com admin, CSS LXM2QF No Responses »

    LG2T17: :

    1. LH7HQD: Including (TOC)
      1. LH7HQP: Setup to Suffusion 3.7.3
      2. LH7HR3: set flexible-width & margins
      3. LH7HRI: include (CSS L6QZ39)
    2. LG2TG5: From q[Twenty Ten 1.1 by the WordPress team] which is driving me batty as
      1. LG2TGC: It’s a fixed width theme
      2. LG2TGN: especially in the editor because it forces the text margins to be the width of the displayed page which is fixed
    3. LG2TGZ: Want
      1. LG2THC: A flexible-width theme
      2. LG2THJ: likely a  BuddyPress theme, as I think I will be using that soon.
    4. LG2THS: Unfortunately searching for q[flexible-width AND b[……]MORE