As we all know there is a problem for :hover pseudoclass for Microsoft Internet Explorer.
There are many solutions (eg csshover.htc) but all of them have one big and ugly problem: MS IE flickering on mouseout event.

I mean when you move your mouse WITHIN the object but over some child nodes mouse doesn’t leave the HOVERED object but IE thinks it does and onmousout event occurs.

All correct browsers let us use simple :hover pseudoclass for any tag. Except IE. So we should solve the problem for IE only.

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event:Selectors library

On 9-3-2006, in Coding, CSS, JavaScript, by Alex

event:Selectors allow you to apply an event such as mouseover, mouseout, click, et al using a CSS style syntax. It keeps your layers separated and greatly reduces the amount of code you have to write.

event:Selectors library

 

position: fixed; is basically the same as position: absolute; except that when the user scrolls the page, the element does not scroll with it, it just says exactly where it was. There are many pages that want to use this in order to position logos or menus.

full article/source

Solution:

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Widget for Opera 9 for YouTube video download.
FireFox instructions (and extensions) how to download the video from YouTube.com.

You get .flv file.

To watch .flv file you need:
free FLV player

To convert .flv file you need:
free FLV converter (to .avi or .mpg)

And finally, for geeks: to convert video (mpeg or avi) to .3gp (to watch on SonyEricsson):
MIKSOFT’s Mobile Media Converter

Freeware.

 

Several good JavaScript links

On 8-20-2006, in Coding, JavaScript, by Alex

The Javascript weblog: Putting the “D” in DHTML, just a blog but with really cool things.

Some links from there:

Whalesalad Dock Prototype:

The plan is to be able to mouseover the top area of the browser window, and have a nice and pretty (semi-transparent) dock fade down.

Using Opera to debug IE javascript errors:

In short, use the Opera debugger to resolve javascript issues in Internet Explorer.