Tag: software

“Don’t Fear The Spreadsheet” – Selecting -Or Not Selecting- Hyperlinks in Excel: Podcast #1601

Easy-XL sponsors MrExcel Podcast. Don’t Fear the Spreadsheet, episode number 11: Selecting Hyperlinks. Alright, I am Bill Jelen from MrExcel.com. I’ll be joined by Tyler Nash. Tyler, what’s today’s question? Tyler Nash – A co-worker of mine just sent me a worksheet that I need to do some editing in, and there’s tons and tons

Broadband Technology Report: TV Everywhere

Envivio software-based solutions bring together all the functionalities required to deliver next-generation video service for any screen offering the highest quality HD SD or 4k video experience Muse is designed for live and on-demand video encoding transcoding and distribution to any device Muse compression software significantly improves efficiency and operations compared architectures the call for

CSS Tutorial – 13 – Spacing Properties

Here we have some properties dealing with spacing. Line-height sets the distance between lines. By default it will inherit the line-height of its parent and the initial value is called normal. Word-spacing sets the space between words and letter-spacing sets spacing between characters. White-space can change how white space characters inside of a block element

Higher-order iterators in JavaScript

Good Monday morning, you’re watching a series where we explore iterators. And today we’re going really bananas. We’re going to explore higher-order iterators. So, in the same way that we have higher-order functions to manipulate Arrays such as map and filter and reduce; we can also build that for asynchronous iterators. That is what we

HTML Tutorial – 10 – Structural Markup

Structural markup describes the purpose of text and lets the appearance be decided the browser. We can structure text as a header using one of the six header tags, with being the largest and the smallest. We can also align the header with the values left, right, center, or justified. Other common content-based styles are

HTML Tutorial – 13 – Forms I

Forms allow users to enter and submit data. For example, we can use forms to handle logins, order forms, and user feedback. The form tag requires two attributes – action and method. Action is the location where the form is sent to. This can be either an email link or a form handling script. A