This is simply too exciting not to share with everyone immediately. After several days of research and experimentation I have finally figured out a way to make a gallery of iframes.
I can now proceed with filling them with content and thereby advertise all of what Grammar Captive contains with the eye candy necessary to hold a newcomer’s attention.
The splash panel now appears only once when the homepage is opened from the landing page. Thereafter, the homepage can be refreshed as many times as one likes without having the splash panel reappear.
This seemingly easy task took several days of research to achieve and opened up an entirely new source of programming code. This said, the code that finally made it work is amazingly simple — a simple if-statement whose condition is the state of the window object’s performance.navigation.type property and the appending of the jQuery .off() method to the .colorbox() jQuery plugin.
Hooray! Hooray! Now I can develop the splash panel with good confidence that it will not become a burden to the user, rather an enticement for his further investigation.
Fixed the unwanted double scrolling of the GC Tutor insert page and added photos and a new entry to the GC Tutor subsection of the center panel.
When you leave the Grammar Captive landing page to enter the GC homepage you are now greeted with a splash welcome page. This splash page will be succeeded eventually with a gallery of brief explanatory panels. Thanks, ColorBox!
Both of these items can be found in the left navigation bar of the Grammar Captive homepage.
The main section of the Grammar Captive homepage is now up-to-date including brief introductions to GC Podcast, the GC Webinar Series, and GC Tutor. In addition, the “Discover more … subsections are now visible upon clicking.
Happy Solar New Year in the Lunar Year of the 2017 Cock!
Merry Christmas! And, joy unto the world’s Christian community. To everyone else who is considerate of the beliefs of others I wish peace and prosperity. That our species prosper so that we may continue to unlock the mysteries of our universe!
From a tolerant non-believer who believes in something greater than religion — the human spirit!
No further visible development is expected on Grammar Captive until the beginning of the New Year when many new visible surprises are expected.
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Roddy A. Stegemann, A.B., M.A., M.A. Telephone: +1 206 291 8468 email@example.com
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