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  1. Hello guys, I just wanted to see the path that you guys take when making functionality changes in wordpress. In other words, how do you trace a specific functionality from the front end to the code responsible for it in the back end. Any suggestion will be appreciated!!
  2. Any ideas on how to build a LAN messenger in JS?
  3. If you run or build eCommerce sites, here is an article to be aware of: In-Depth Analysis of JS Sniffers Uncovers New Families of Credit Card-Skimming Code https://thehackernews.com/2019/04/js-sniffers-credit-card-hacking.html
  4. Can I please get your opinion on this piece of js code. Which way is better or correct between the two version, I know both work but I am curious if of one of the 2 is better or both or if none. This one: document.getElementById("startEd").onclick = function startEdit () { //Make the element editable var element = document.getElementById("editableElement"); element.contentEditable = true; element.focus(); } Or this one: function startEdit () { //Make the element editable var element = document.getElementById("editableElement")
  5. You may have seen my two recent posts about Cyber Threats, Bad Rabbit and CoinHive. In the first I said top block all Flash, in the second block all JavaScript. Flash: As many of you know this is dying out and has always been a major security vulnerability. As it is dying out you can usually block it without much issue. JavaScript (JS): I have always preached against JS, before because it was not always supported like with early cell phones and because people like me often turned it off and web site readers could have issues with it. But face it, web sites still use it and it has gro
  6. I want my tooltip element (the <span>) to appear above everything on the page but still relative to its parent element (the <td>). JS to show/hide the <span>: window.AETid = "AE"; function tooltip(tid) { console.log('run the tooltip...id: '+tid); document.getElementById(tid).style.display="block"; } function hideTooltip(tid) { document.getElementById(tid).style.display="none"; } HTML: <td onmouseover="tooltip(window.AETid);" onmouseout="hideTooltip(window.AETid);"> Send reminders? <s
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