26
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6answers
2k views

Tight Coupling Between Javascript, HTML, and CSS: A More Modern Approach?

It's very common to see Javascript bound to certain selectors to find elements, store data, and listen for events. It's also common to see these same selectors used for styling. jQuery (and its ...
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votes
3answers
2k views

HTML + CSS or HTML5 + CSS3 or HTML5 + jQuery [closed]

I want to be a good UI Developer. I'm confused whether I should learn (I need some serious suggestions): 1) HTML + CSS + JavaScript or HTML5 + CSS3 + JavaScript or HTML5 + CSS3 + jQuery 2) Is it ...
2
votes
2answers
551 views

Client side web development, general question

I'm a novice web developer, mostly worked with ASP.NET. On the server side, everything is very well documented and whenever there is an error, you get an explanatory error message. But on the client ...
1
vote
1answer
169 views

Why do we program each file separately and place them in separate folders and how do all these file come together?

I was wondering how the cover flow effect is coded. I used this link which gave me the code on how it all worked out : http://luwes.co/labs/js-cover-flow/. I am completely new to complex programs so ...
5
votes
2answers
6k views

front end development test - html/css/jquery/javascript

We are continually revamping our front end developer test that we do in-house after a candidate has passed an online test. The online test has questions such as: How does a for loop start? What is ...
1
vote
3answers
519 views

Next step after creating mock-up screens

I have created some mockup screens for my app in HTML/CSS. I have 4 screens in total. They contain no client-side coding i.e. Javascript or jQuery. The screens themselves are quite bland at the ...
10
votes
6answers
1k views

How can I write HTML, CSS, and JavaScript to make back-end developers work easier?

When I get a design from a designer, I get it as a PSD (Photoshop) file. I always expect proper layer and folder names, basically a clean and managed PSD. From this desigbn I develop HTML, CSS and ...
2
votes
1answer
542 views

How can I simulate clicks for a mobile browser?

I am creating a web app. I was testing it on a mobile browser and noticed that :active pseudo class doesn't really work. How should I simulate clicks for a mobile browser? I'm specifically interested ...
4
votes
2answers
1k views

Are there any frameworks available for drawing with CSS?

I realize this sounds silly. Let me explain: I just came across this page about using CSS elements to create shapes- square, circle, triangle, star, yin-yang (yin-yang!), etc. using pseudo elements. ...
0
votes
2answers
195 views

JavaScript (jQuery) And CSS Styling

Lets say I am building a jQuery plugin that has a number of non-configurable css attributes it needs to apply to DOM elements the plugin itself creates. Is it consider better practice to apply the ...
3
votes
3answers
1k views

Is using Javascript/JQuery for layout and style bad practice?

Many, but not all, HTML layout problems can be solved with CSS alone. For those that can't, JQuery (on document load) has become very popular.* As a result of its ease, many developers are quick to ...
5
votes
12answers
1k views

Feeling well out of my depth [closed]

I have just started a new job as a front end web developer, this is my second day and I have just been handed quite a big project that involves lots of javascript which I dont know, this is leaving me ...
8
votes
3answers
626 views

Using CSS classes as decorators - a good pattern?

I've been building a web-app with a fairly complex GUI - many small elements alongside eachother and within other elements that need various behaviours (dragging, clicking, but context-sensitive). My ...