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    1. Offering Automatically Updating Syndicated Articles
    This tutorial explains an easy method of offering an automatically updated html file to other sites. I have taken the example of an article but the same theory could be applied to other content such as tutorials, images or news.
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    2. Source Include
    Learn how to save time and money by using the javascript src() function to including local or remote document like headers, footers, css, images, and flash files.
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    3. Delete Warning
    Javascript that alert users when clicking on sensitive links (like delete or update links). You can customize the message with option to continue or cancel. Works great with PHP, ASP, and Perl administration sites.
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    4. Coping with Browser Differences
    A brief note describing how to write JavaScripts to make them run on as wide a range of browsers as possible.
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    5. Understanding Session-only Cookies
    Learn about session-only cookies in JavaScript, and how they can help your scripts retain information even after the page is reloaded or cleared.
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    6. Who stole the cookies? by Nakul Goyal
    INTERNET cookies are incredibly simple, but they are one of those things that have taken on a life of their own. Cookies started receiving tremendous media attention starting February 2000 because of the Internet privacy concerns. The debate still rages on.
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    7. Cookies
    A cookie is a way you can store some information about a user visiting your site. The information is stored on the individuals computer, and thus you do not need any extra server space to customize a page for any amount of users you may have. To use Cookies there are two things you need to do, one is set the cookie, and the other is retrieve a cookie you have already set. Here's a brief tutorial on how to use cookies, and a couple of ideas which you can use cookies for.
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    8. Determining cookie support in client's browser
    If your script relies on JavaScript cookies to store and persist information, it's a good idea to always make sure the user's browser has cookies enabled first. This tutorial shows you how to perform this detection.
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    9. Date Functions
    The document object has a last modified date property. This specifys the date the file was last modified on. This can be useful for showing when the page was last modified without having to modify any HTML when you make a change. This tutorial shows how to display the last modified date in several different formats using JavaScript.
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    10. Statusbar message
    You could use your status bar to display the time and date. You might also use it to display mouse-over text or a welcome message. View the source of the demo page for the source code.
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