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Everyone farts. And now your web pages can too.

Everyone farts. And now your web pages can too.
Everyone farts. And now your web pages can too. Include "fartscroll.js" in your page. You can include the latest version straight from our CDN: <script src=" Initialize the fartscroll plugin after the page has loaded: // Fart every 400 pixels scrolled in the window fartscroll(); // Fart every 800 pixels scrolled fartscroll(800); // Fart every 100 pixels scrolled (probably a bit much) fartscroll(100); // Now I'm just adding more examples to make the page longer fartscroll(50); // SO MANY FARTS fartscroll(5); // I should register fart.io for this fartscroll(500); // I should register fart.io for this fartscroll(400); // Dammit, fart.io is taken fartscroll(600); // Alright, that's probably enough examples fartscroll(400); SHAMELESS PLUG: Want to work on technology that changes the world? Related:  effectsLibs

Blueprint: Responsive Product Grid Layout Rotate Item Compare Favorite XL XL L M S Blue Blue Pink Orange Green Save my trees $29 Rotate Item Compare Favorite XL XL L M S Pink Blue Pink Orange Green Nature Lover $19 Rotate Item Compare Favorite XL XL L M S Orange Blue Pink Orange Green Forrest Walk $39 Rotate Item Compare Favorite XL XL L M S Green Blue Pink Orange Green Land of Trees $35 Rotate Item Compare Favorite XL XL L M S Orange Blue Pink Orange Green Tree Shirt $29 Rotate Item Compare Favorite XL XL L M S Blue Blue Pink Orange Green Greenhouse $19 HTML(.js) HTML document.documentElement The global HTML is the actual document root element and all element tags queried via the dot operator are descendants. HTML.tag... Element|Array HTML allows you to access document elements via their tag name. If multiple elements of the same tag exist, a proper array of elements is returned; otherwise, an Element is returned. HTML.body.header; HTML.body.header.textContent = "A Better Header!" HTML.query(selector) Element|Array 0.10.0 HTML.query acts as a proxy for querySelectorAll and returns the selected element(s). HTML.query("#example"); HTML.query(".example"); HTML.query("#example").h1.em; HTML.tag....query(selector) Element|Array 0.10.0 You can, of course, use query on any "HTML-ified" element(s) to search only the children thereof. HTML.body.div.query(".example"); HTML.query(selector limit) Element|Array 0.11.0 HTML.query acts as a proxy for querySelector or querySelectorAll (as appropriate) and returns no more than the specified number of selected element(s).

les_joies_du_code(); Billbar jStorage jStorage is a cross-browser key-value store database to store data locally in the browser - jStorage supports all major browsers, both in desktop (yes - even Internet Explorer 6) and in mobile. Additionally jStorage is library agnostic, it works well with any other JavaScript library on the same webpage, be it jQuery, Prototype, MooTools or something else. Though you still need to have either a third party library (Prototype, MooTools) or JSON2 on the page to support older IE versions. jStorage supports storing Strings, Numbers, JavaScript objects, Arrays and even native XML nodes. jStorage also supports setting TTL values for auto expiring stored keys and - best of all - notifying other tabs/windows when a key has been changed or publishing/subscribing to events from the same or another tab/window, which makes jStorage also a local PubSub platform for web applications. jStorage is pretty small, about 7kB when minified and 4kB gzipped. Donate Support jStorage development Index 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Padre_Pio : Livraison DISCRÈTE, on vous... Create | CO OPCO OP By Paul Newman. Thomas Edison quoted it best: “I have not failed. I’ve just found 10,000 ways that won’t work.” If you’re any bit like me, you’re the kind of person that can’t help but believe that “better” things take time and perseverance. Because it’s part and parcel to this process, reaching better means being brave, honest, stubborn, smart, stupid, angry and fun, among a host of other adjectives. For entrepreneurial minded people, it can’t be any other way.

Parallel.js Parallel Computing with Javascript Parallel.js is a tiny library for multi-core processing in Javascript. It was created to take full advantage of the ever-maturing web-workers API. Javascript is fast, no doubt, but lacks the parallel computing capabilites of its peer languages due to its single-threaded computing model. In a world where the numbers of cores on a CPU are increasing faster than the speed of the cores themselves, isn't it a shame that we can't take advantage of this raw parallelism? Parallel.js solves that problem by giving you high level access to multicore processing using web workers. Unminified: parallel.js Minified (1490 Bytes gzipped): parallel.min.js Source: github Include parallel.js in your web projects like so: This will give you access to the global variable, Parallel. Parallel can also be included in node: $ npm install paralleljs var Parallel = require('paralleljs'); Parallel(data, opts) This is the constructor. Arguments data This is the data you wish to operate on. fn

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