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§ Even Faster Webpages

A couple of things to make pages a little faster than what I wrote in Faster webpages.

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§ Faster webpages

I was looking over my google webmaster tools the other day, and on the Site performance page there's a link to Page Speed, an add-on for Firefox.  (Actually, an add-on to Firebug, a Firefox add-on.)  I thought I'd take a look - maybe there'd be some good pointers.  Here's where that led...

I suppose I should also mention here yahoo's YSlow add-on for Firefox.  (Again, an add-on to Firebug, a Firefox add-on.)  For all I know, maybe using YSlow first would be more productive.  In my case, I discovered google's Page Speed first.

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§ Simpler adding & removing element classnames

Just use the javascript replace function...

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§ Adding & removing element classnames

Ok, these are just dumb.  See Simpler adding & removing element classnames instead.

 

A couple of ways to change classnames of elements.

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§ Table row hover highlight

A bit of javascript to highlight the table row under the cursor.

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§ Simpler validate form fields are filled in (no additional class names)

Makes sure something is entered in form fields.  If your form fields have classnames, don't use this one!

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§ Validate form fields are filled in (additional class names)

Makes sure something is entered in form fields.  Uses regex to replace classnames so other classnames aren't affected.

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§ Javascript function to add css

This javascript is a way to add an extra style node (css) into a page.

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§ Image tabbed interface controlling hidden divs

Tabbed interface using images for rounded tabs.  Gives decent results even if javascript and/or css are off.

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§ Simple tabbed interface

Simple tabbed interface intended to go to different pages.

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