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JimboZA

Hey all,

My dabbling in the use of the E'net shield as a web server made me realise how hopelessly crap my html skills are, let alone the total lack of knowledge of Javascript and CSS. So I've decided to shelve the Arduino for a while, although it'll still be serving here if anybody has a huge urge to see the time in South Africa and the temperature in my dining room.

I've installed Bitnami's WAMP stack and a whole bunch of HTML and Javascript learning resources (ie free pdfs) so for the rest of my time off until Jan 6 I'm going to be concentrating on that stuff.

SurferTim and zoomkat have kindled this interest....

meArm build blog:     http://jimbozamearm.blogspot.com/

Please don't PM for technical advice. Firstly my advice is sometimes wrong, and second, in the forum you get a broader, more timely, range of responses.

robtillaart

Good to focus!

<wish>Have a merry X-mas!</wish>
Rob Tillaart

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Jack Christensen

You're in good company regarding HTML skills, so please keep us advised of your adventures!

Happy Holidays!

AWOL

"Pete, it's a fool looks for logic in the chambers of the human heart." Ulysses Everett McGill.
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JimboZA

On second thoughts, this tutorial is teaching me both the html/css side of things as well as the shield.

Best of both worlds...
meArm build blog:     http://jimbozamearm.blogspot.com/

Please don't PM for technical advice. Firstly my advice is sometimes wrong, and second, in the forum you get a broader, more timely, range of responses.

JimboZA

CLANG!

That was the penny dropping....
meArm build blog:     http://jimbozamearm.blogspot.com/

Please don't PM for technical advice. Firstly my advice is sometimes wrong, and second, in the forum you get a broader, more timely, range of responses.

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