Google has just announced the release of BidiChecker – an open source tool to automatically test Arabic web pages for issues related to bidirectional support. This is a great news, as bidirectional support is always a huge problem and requires both deep Arabic language understanding and deep technical HTML/CSS understanding, preferably at the same time. . . . → Read More: Injecting BidiChecker to test Arabic web pages
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I saw an interesting question on StackOverflow on how to cycle between 3 states for list items , but with initial state for each item being potentially different.
This random start position part of the problem was making me think, so I used it as an exercise to try some newish . . . → Read More: jQuery: Cycling between multiple classes with random start
I have (nearly) finished developing a mini-website in 6 languages (Arabic, Chinese, English, French, Russian, Spanish). The layout was the same, so ideally it would have been driven by a content management system. Not in this case unfortunately, as I was not given enough time to setup the infrastructure.
As I know nearly nothing of . . . → Read More: jQuery for multilingual web development