One of the biggest criticisms facing Dynamic HTML(DHMTL) in relation to Flash is DHTML’s seeming inability to scale pages relative to a browser’s dimensions. To overcome this problem, three central areas need to be focused upon:
- Dynamic Font Scaling.
- Layer Resizing.
- Element Resizing
All Matrices must be n x n
Maximum Matrix Size: 50 x 50
Enter Matrix Elements Row by Row seperated by spaces.
1 2 3
4 5 6
7 8 9
Or if you like, as one line:
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9
Both of these example matrices are the same.
Most results will be placed in the C matrix.
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This applet shows a ball bouncing around a window. You can set the initial properties below in the form, and then change some properties such as mass, speed and elasticity, while the applet is running.
Set the initial conditions using the form below. Click Start, or Use Defaults will start the Applet running, a seperate window will open up, so don’t be startled or upset. The bold items can be changed while the applet is running.
The code to open a new window is fairly straight forward, it only gets complicated when you add in all the different options available, and navigating around the different windows.
When a someone tries to go to a page that is not on this site they will get a 404 error. A 404 error is the HTTP server code for file not found. The server then displays an error message which is just a HTML message that can be specified, this means it can be customized and made useful.
Click here for an example of a broken link to see the 404-error served up by JSResource.com.