Tag Archives: javascript

Oister.dk Data Usage, The Google Chrome extension

Recently I switched to carrier to Oister to get cheaper prices, but still get to useĀ 3's network.

However, with cheaper prices often less functionality follows. In my case I've got a limit of 5 GB data usage per month which should be fine. But actually knowing how much data I use is still better but Oister doesn't provide the total usage amount, just how much you've used on each connection.

So I wrote a small Chrome Extension to counter this. Go to "Forbrug" and expand the "XXX gange Data" row. It will then show a green bar for each usage compared to your total use, and in the top it will display your total use, in megabytes.

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Javascript HTML WYSIWYG editor

Most developers at some point needs to construct a WYSIWYG [What You See Is What You Get] textarea for customers that aren't familiar with HTML.

Internet Explorer provides such an editor just by adding the shorthand attribute contenteditable to a div tag but this is considered an ugly approach which is for internet-explorer only, and non-standard, and often people are forced to use "forumcode" or to give up.

A long time ago I though it must be possible to write a javascript WYSIWYG editor but it was never more than an idea.

It seems someone has realized that idea, and made /very/ easy embeddable editor. There are a few out there, but the ones I know of are:

FCKeditor
[www.fckeditor.com] – – Very complete WYSIWYG editor with support for forms which is sometimes needed for a CMS.
tinyMCE
[tinymce.moxiecode.com] – As the name states – a tiny editor, very compact and a bit faster to load than FCKeditor