TinyURL jQuery Selectors Original lab by Karl Swedberg Enhanced by Cody Lindley. FYI (ie6 != supported) jQuery Selectors Download This Lab This sentence is in <div id="myid">. This is a paragraph, which means it is wrapped in <p> and </p>. This is the first list item (<li>) in an unordered list (<ul>). <p class="myclass">This is another paragraph. This is a textarea Enter Your Own Selectors ( example: li:nth-child(2) ) li:nth-child(2) Basics $('code') $('#myid') $('.myclass') $('code, #myid, .myclass') Hierarchy $('div code') $('li > ul') $('strong + em') $('strong ~ em') Basic Filters $('li:first') $('li:last') $('li:not(li:first)') $('li:even') $('li:odd') $('li:eq(1)') $('li:gt(2)') $('li:lt(2)') $(':header') $(':animated') Content Filters $('li:contains(second-level)') $(':empty') $('li:has(a)') $('p:parent') Visibility Filters $(':hidden') $(':visible') Attribute Filters $('li[class]') $('a[rel="self"]') $('a[rel! $('[class^="my"]') $('a[title$="blog"]') $('a[href*="zip"]') $('a[rel][href][title$="blog"]') Child Filters $('li:nth-child(even)')
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Download H2testw - Test hacked flash memory - MyMPx H2testw was developed to test USB sticks for various kinds of errors. It can also be used for any other storage media like memory cards, internal and external hard drives and even network volumes. The executable file H2testw.exe needs no installation and can be directly run. It was developed for Windows XP and Vista. It should also work under Windows 2000 but was only tested on XP and Vista. Windows 9x/ME is not supported. The function of H2testw is quite simple: It fills the chosen target directory with test data and then reads it back and verifies it. H2testw does not overwrite or erase any existing data. BUT: _If_ the hardware is defective then H2testw is designed to find that defect and might as a side effect damage existing files. H2testw writes files of up to 1 GByte to the chosen destination and names them 1.h2w, 2.h2w, 3.h2w and so on. After it is done the software leaves its test files on the medium. Link: H2testw 1.4 Website – English
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Henry Michel a un avis sur tout Top 10 Most Popular Torrent Sites of 2012 Continuing a long-standing New Year's tradition, we present an up-to-date list of the world's most visited BitTorrent sites. At the start of 2012 The Pirate Bay continues to pull in the most visitors, followed by Torrentz and KickassTorrents. The six-year-old TV-torrent distribution group EZTV appears in the list for the first time, ranked 8th. Update: here is the list of 2013′s top torrent sites. Which torrent sites get the most visitors at the start of 2012? The most notable absentee this year is TorrentReactor, one of the oldest torrent sites on the Internet. Below we have compiled a list of the 10 most-visited torrent sites at the start of the new year. 1. The Pirate Bay is probably the best known BitTorrent brand on the Internet. Alexa Rank: 78 / Compete Rank: 577 / Last year #1 2. Torrentz has been the leading BitTorrent meta-search engine for years. Alexa Rank: 142 / Compete Rank: 1.053 / Last year #2 3. Alexa Rank: 257 / Compete Rank: 1,165 / Last year #4 4. 5. 6. 7. 9.