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    How to Retrieve WiFi Password on Windows

    Remembering the WiFi password when on a guest network is never easy. Even worse is when it's no longer posted and someone else is asking you for it. Luckily there's a built in Windows command to recover the password of a given WiFi network.The...

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    How to Fix: Windows WASD Keys Reversed with Arrow Keys

    This past weekend I had the opportunity to be what every father wants, if only for a moment: the "cool dad". My wife was out of town and my youngest son wanted to play PUBG. I caved in, taught him the basic FPS...

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    HTML popover Attribute

    Modals have been an important part of websites for two decades. Stacking contents and using fetch to accomplish tasks are a great way to improve UX on both desktop and mobile. Unfortunately most developers don't know that the HTML and JavaScript specs have implemented...

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    Get Started in AI and NFTs with the Limewire API

    AI media creation has expanded to incredible video art and a host of other important improvements, and LimeWire is leading the way in creating an awesome interface for the average user to become an AI artist. Limewire has just released its...

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    I’m So Old:  Web Edition

    Time can be a funny thing. I still remember discovering HTML, CSS, and JavaScript coding. I still remember my first college programming course. I still remember my first day at my first coding job, then my first day at my second coding job, and then my...

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    Detect Caps Lock with JavaScript

    Anyone is capable of having their caps lock key on at any given time without realizing so. Users can easily spot unwanted caps lock when typing in most inputs, but when using a password input, the problem isn't so obvious. That leads to the...

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    How to Override width and height HTML attributes with CSS

    One of the HTML elements that frequently comes into collision with CSS is the img element. As we learned in Request Metrics' Fixing Cumulative Layout Shift Problems on DavidWalshBlog article, providing image dimensions within the image tag will help to improve your website's score. But...

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    Fixing Cumulative Layout Shift Problems on DavidWalshBlog

    Over 50 thousand developers visit DavidWalshBlog every month from around the world to learn JavaScript tricks and fix problems in their code. Unfortunately, some of them have a slow experience on the site.David tracks the performance of his Core Web Vitals and overall performance with

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    Date.now()

    Ask any software engineer and they'll tell you that coding date logic can be a nightmare. Developers need to consider timezones, weird date defaults, and platform-specific date formats. The easiest way to work with dates is to reduce the date to the most simple...

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    Extract a Number from a String with JavaScript

    User input from HTML form fields is generally provided to JavaScript as a string. We've lived with that fact for decades but sometimes developers need to extract numbers from that string. There are multiple ways to get those numbers but let's rely on regular...