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    Arrow Page Load Timer

    If you would like to add a little value to your web page or blog, I have writtle an article on how to add a page load timer. he article is at:

    http://matthiaschronicles.tanaya.net...20901971.shtml

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    WTF?

    how is this a question.. shouldn't it be a tutorial? or located else where?

    looks more like SPAM... but I am still too much AO old-school.. burn him at the stake
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    Quote Originally Posted by Und3ertak3r
    how is this a question.. shouldn't it be a tutorial? or located else where?
    Too short to be a tutorial and isn't appropriate for the other forums.

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    Hmmm,

    Hard to say, as it could well go in "Hints and Tips"? yet it is about programming.

    Acting as "devil's advocate" (so to speak) it would depend on how you interpret English. Does "question" mean a question about, or a question of?

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    Quote Originally Posted by frpeter
    Too short to be a tutorial and isn't appropriate for the other forums.
    hmm true.. BUT..

    What was wrong with "Web Development"?

    seems more appropriate? yes? no?
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    Yes, that looks right as we already have a hitcounter in there, and this is a tool for web developers and managers rather than a programming discussion?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Und3ertak3r
    hmm true.. BUT..

    What was wrong with "Web Development"?

    seems more appropriate? yes? no?
    I looked at web development. Its more about applications then web page design. JavaScript does constitute "programming" by the content and defination of the programming forum.

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    Quote Originally Posted by frpeter
    I looked at web development. Its more about applications then web page design. JavaScript does constitute "programming" by the content and defination of the programming forum.
    Hmmm perhaps.. but had you posted the code HERE it would be seen as such..

    BUT I think I do understand why you didn't post the code here (reads Jupmedia's Terms and conditions)
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    Question

    I feel that this could be in "Tips 'N Tricks". And also here in Web Development.

    Pretty nice load timer, not the neatest but it will do the trick none the less.

    Also i noticed that it would rely on the user having Java script enabled, but what would happen if it was disabled?

    Would the script still log the data? Could you maybe post up a little more information about this script. At least that way those that know very little about web development will have all the answers to there questions all on the one page.

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    What was wrong with "Web Development"?
    Next time you drop a candy wrapper on the ground, jaywalk, or park someplace without a permit... I think I'll post about it.

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    Edited by moderator................ wouldn't want you to get in trouble again?
    Last edited by nihil; September 13th, 2008 at 01:10 AM.

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