Monthly Archive: May 2013

May 28 2013

Geologist’s field checklist

The select all, none and invert functions uses JavaScript code. If your browser (like old mobile phones) cannot handle JS, you will sill be able to read the list, but may not be able to tick off the check boxes on the left most side. A word to those poor Geologists who still on IE …

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May 25 2013

VMware Workstation setup

Not everyone knows what is a virtual machine, let along using them. They are used by students and industry professionals to learn, program and test software operations in different platforms. I use them to learn the behaviors of multiple different flavors of operating systems (OS) without using expensive hardware. Skip Tech Jargon VMware In computing …

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May 22 2013

Improving spatial visualization skills

There are thousands of research reports written on 2D and 3D thinking skills on the internet. You can read them all, but I do not believe absorbing those highly academic reports would make any difference for improving your ability in spatial visualization. The main message in all those reports is; the ability to understand 3D …

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May 22 2013

Optimizing print friendly version

Sometimes it is very important to provide users with access to “print friendly” (printer friendly, print file, etc) version of the web content. When publishing content focused pages, the added images / diagrams, side bars and other items that help creates a smooth surfing structures can also work against “printability” of a website. Newspapers, University …

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May 18 2013

Resolving CSS conflicts

When we use multiple sources for scripts to create a website, the possibility of conflicts between codes increase significantly. It should not deter you from using multiple vendors/programmers for your website because the advantages that comes with them are too large to be ignored. Skip Tech Jargon We can resolve such conflicts in several different …

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