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Tackling AJAX and script tags inside

So recently I had to make ajax requests that pull in a piece of page with some scripting inside. The context does not matter much, what matters is the script executed fine on my localhost but not as a WordPress installation in a WP blog. After some head banging turns out that in my localhost […]
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Problems I had as a WordPress developer with badly coded plugins [ part 2 ]

part 1 – http://digitalzoomstudio.net/2011/02/23/problems-i-had-as-a-wordpress-developer-with-badly-coded-plugins/ Or THEMES. As you may know, I sell premium WordPress scripts here –  http://codecanyon.net/user/ZoomIt/portfolio?ref=ZoomIt . As authors, we are not required to offer support, but I myself consider it a important part of the deal and I do offer it best as I can. 80% of support requests are related to plugin compatibilities ( […]
Tutorial - Fullscreen Button With Canvas

So lets start with defining the markup: JS Bin Canvas Fullscreen Button We don’t need jQuery so you can get rid of that if you want. Next, we open a script tag and we select the canvas element and it’s appropriate context. var c=document.getElementById("output2"); var ctx=c.getContext("2d"); We calculate the dimensions of the canvas element and […]