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Linking one part of a page to another is good to navigate the user from one part of the document to another and keeping the user engaged. Furthermore, linking the main parts of a document can help the user find what they are looking for on your webpa...
posted Jul 20 Hafsa_Rao 28,538 points
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The drop-down list for the Create link icon includes the items to which you can create links: files, content of some types of files, and folders.Clicking the Create Link icon and selecting Link from File opens the Create Links dialog. Use this dialog...
posted Jul 2 amna 113,234 points
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The HTML code is becoming more and more known to everyone because it is used in blogs, websites and even forums. In this short and quick tutorial we will show you how to link an image to a link in HTML.Get image urlIf we are working on a website...
posted Jun 30 amna 113,234 points
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For those who are not clear on the subject, this article is about how to open a link in a new tab. When you click a link normally, the web page does one of two things. Either the link sends you to the destination (usually it's another w...
posted Jun 29 amna 113,234 points
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Just gave a five-minute lightning talk about blogging at The Perl and Raku Conference in the Cloud 2021. Here are the slides as a PDF.Blogging Outside the BubbleDownload...
posted Jun 13 mjg 229 points
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This article is fairly well-written, especially since it’s coming from a non-developer perspective. If I have one nit to pick, it is that Perl does have function/method signatures, and has had them since Perl 5.20 in 2014. See th...
posted Jun 13 mjg 229 points
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This article by Adam Nathaniel Davis speaks to me. The political fatigue, the unnecessary churn of shiny new technologies, the jadedness… it all gets to me, and sometimes even negatively affects my career. I wish I had an answer....
posted Jun 13 mjg 229 points
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This upcoming blog series by Perl core contributor Paul Evans promises to be very interesting, as it details what goes into developing and committing a new feature into Perl itself. Evans recently added the isa operator to Perl 5.32, and wi...
posted Jun 13 mjg 229 points
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On the heels of my blog article and upcoming presentation comes Paul Evans’ call to de-experimentalize (is that a word?) subroutine signatures in Perl core. It’s been stable for over four years now, and the &...
posted Jun 13 mjg 229 points
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This proposal from Dan Book seems reasonable to me. A version 7 feature bundle that renders signatures non-experimental; removes the indirect, multidimensional, and bareword filehandle features; enables warning...
posted Jun 13 mjg 229 points
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I’ll be reprising my presentation on Perl subroutine signatures and type validation for the Boston Perl Mongers on Tuesday, March 9 at 7 PM EST. Visit their wiki for details; they’ll be posting the Jitsi URL shortly before ...
posted Jun 13 mjg 229 points
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We’ve all been there: Deep in the bowels of a program, trying to figure out why something’s not working right. Maybe a variable isn’t getting the right value. Maybe a function or method isn’t getting called or h...
posted Jun 13 mjg 229 points
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This month I interviewed Paul “LeoNerd” Evans for Perl.com on the upcoming try/catch syntax he’s added to the language and other topics. Check it out!...
posted Jun 13 mjg 229 points
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Gábor and I made some headway Sunday on his course management app, converting our config reader into a helper, writing some tests and logging, and stubbing out the login email flow. How the time flew! You can check out the video on PerlMa...
posted Jun 13 mjg 229 points
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This morning (or yesterday evening, depending on your time zone), Gábor Szabó and I embarked on another episode of Mojolicious-powered development on his course management application. Video evidence and links are here....
posted Jun 13 mjg 229 points
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Part 4 video of pair programming a Perl web app Does anyone have some tips on running Devel::Cover on a Mojolicious app while in development (i.e., no Makefile yet)? Mojolicious used to have a test command that would hel...
posted Jun 13 mjg 229 points
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My latest article on Perl.com is up now on how to download and install Perl on various platforms. I hope it’s helpful....
posted Jun 13 mjg 229 points
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Perl tops this list of salary rankings from Business Insider. Granted it’s harder to find a job, but when you do you’re paid well. Do you want to be a commodity or do you want to be valued?...
posted Jun 13 mjg 229 points
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Part 5 video of pair programming a Perl web appIt’s really interesting to see our different development styles work together. Gábor’s all about trying things immediately and searching the entire web for answers, while I like to rea...
posted Jun 13 mjg 229 points
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Live Web Development :Part 6 video of pair programming a Perl web appToday Gábor and I continued our work on a management application for his training courses powered by Mojolicious. Big accomplishment this time: we we...
posted Jun 13 mjg 229 points