Hijacking links with Hijax

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Hijax, a buzzword originating from Jeremy Keith, basically describes the way how to make use of JavaScript to intercept (or hijack) hyperlinks on your website to pass them to AJAX in order to load just a part of your website with the respective content instead of reloading the whole page.

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First bug found in Opera with JavaScript keydown event

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The very first HTTPMon bug has been found and already corrected. Luckily this bug is only present when using the Opera browser and would prevent a user from entering a website in the monitoring input field on the left of the HTTPMon interface using the enter key. The monitor button would work but impossible to submit . . . → Read More: First bug found in Opera with JavaScript keydown event

Unofficial testing launch of HTTPMon beta version

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Today is the very first day for the front-end website of the HTTP Website Monitoring Tool also simply and shortly called HTTPMon. The backend engine has already been running since now three months collecting test probes from various websites around the world. The website is fully functional and very fast thanks to the AJAX technology. Nevertheless . . . → Read More: Unofficial testing launch of HTTPMon beta version