Posts Tagged with "jquery"

jQuery 2.0 has released!

Posted by Stanislav Furman on April 24, 2013

In this release JQuery core developers threw out the support for Internet Explorer 6, 7 and 8 (Yay!). Thanks to this, the size of the library has decreased by 12% and now it's smaller and faster. It can be even smaller if you make your own build, disabling some of  built-in default modules (there is 12 of them).

Those who need old IE support should remain on the branch 1.x, which will continue supporting old IE versions.

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How to protect from spam bots your email published on web site

Posted by Stanislav Furman on February 16, 2012

There are exist different ways how to protect your email address against email harvesting by spam bots. However, none of those methods can not give you 100% protection!

In this post I will show you one of those methods. This method I have used by myself and it works well as I can see.

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