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November, 2016

  • 26 November

    Auto Generate Spam-Safe Email Links Using Javascript

    Back in 2007 Greg Burghardt published an article on the now-defunct Geocities featuring an extremely creative way to automatically generate email links while keeping your actual email address hidden from spam bots/crawlers. In fear that this function would get lost I have decided to republish it here on the Rapid Purple blog. First off – some understanding on how this works. ...

December, 2012

  • 23 December

    Hello Scratchpad – A Real Time, Online HTML/CSS Renderer

    I was doing some browsing, well Stumbling to be exact, and came upon a great new site called Scratchpad. Developed by Nathan Bashaw, Scratchpad serves as a great place to experiment and play around with your HTML, CSS and even Javascript. You get a dual-pane view; you’re code on one side, and a live render of your code on the other ...

September, 2011

  • 16 September

    Night & Day Detection

    If we assume that people’s interests vary according to the time of day, your website might be well served by promoting different kinds of content depending on whether its day or night. For example lets say we have two articles, one about the sun eventually burning out, and one about the Hale-Bopp comet. We can make the main article be ...

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