This is a very useful script to figure out your class GPA. Just enter the letter grade for each class.
Calculate the percentage of increase/decrease between two units. A simple, effective script.
Displays any of several images on the same page just by clicking its thumbnail. This way, it is unnecessary to open a new window or use the back button after going to each page. Sizes can be altered as required. Easy!
Do you ever wonder how much you pay for gas in a year? Use this simple gas cost calculator to find out how much you spend monthly and annually. In addition, this calculator will also compute the miles per gallon (MPG) for your vehicle.
Trying to keep track of gasoline expenses? This script calculates how many miles you are getting per gallon - per day and per year. It also calculates the amount spent per year and how much CO2 your car is producing.
It's often useful for a long page to contain a table of contents, to make it easy for people to jump to the section they want to read. This script will do the work automatically, generating a table of contents using the <h1> to <h6> tags.
This script enables users to find out areas of a triangle if the three sides are known. Moreover it finds out the areas of the largest and smallest inscribed circle.
If your visitors are using one of those "other" browsers, this short script will display a graphic with a link to the Firefox Web site.
This code returns the position of a given element in a given container, relative to other elements of its type. Very useful for finding position indexes of list items, pictures, form items, and more.
When an icon is clicked, this script glides in a menu from screen-left. Clicking on the same icon in the menu causes it to slide off the screen, with the triggering icon sliding back in. The script can be set to have either the trigger icon or the menu show on start-up; and the menu and trigger icon positions can be set via script variables.
Launches a frameless "go-behind" popup banner window that cannot be closed unless the banner ad is clicked on. The frameless banner window persists, even if the launching browser window is closed. The banner window closes once the banner is clicked.
Users can scroll the page by clicking on it and dragging the mouse, similar to the functionality found in the Acrobat viewer.
Use this script to create your own graphic buttons, you can create rollover effects, choose colors and more.
This new button generator allows users to specify more properties and sports a preview button that lets you see the results on the fly.
Enter the X-Y coordinates for a function and this script will give you the graphing formulas, including Formula, Slope, Y-intercept, Parallel and Perpendicular lines. Easy!
Find the Greatest Common Factor (GCF) of a group of two or three numbers.
Welcome visitors to your site. This script displays Good Morning, Good Afternoon, or Good Evening, depending on the time of day. Uses page title as part of greeting.
This technique allows you to open a modal window, which is like a pop-up window, but doesn't actually open another window/tab. It does not conflict with pop-up blockers. Easy to set-up and use. The style is controlled through CSS. This is great for launching other Web pages or image galleries. Full documentation is included.
Ever had to work with another person to complete a task? This calculator will tell you how long it would take two people to complete the task if you know how long it would take each person to complete the task individually. Neat!
Resizes an image to the size given to the function. The number of steps and total length of time of the transition can be controlled. Internet Explorer Only.
Use this chart to display basic guitar chord configurations.
The document.getElementById method is very useful but isn't supported in early browsers. To define the method for use in those older browsers, just add this snippet to the beginning of your scripts.
Ever run into a situation where you want to get an array of all elements with a specific attribute? Or even want elements with a certain value for that chosen attribute as well? Just add this code snippet to your script and your problem will be solved.
When a layer is inside another layer, it's style.left and style.top positions can both be '0' but the layer itself can be 500 pixels away from the actual margin. These functions will return the true offset.
Use this snippet to get the rendered style of an element. Quick and simple to implement.
Obtain the contents of an XML element and convert it to text. This script is great for using with Ajax-type applications, when it's neccessary to send back the contents of an element to the server without knowing what's there.
Create tabs for navigation, definitions, and many other uses. Very effective!
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