I'm launching a new website: SlashJob
It's been a project on the works for years now, and I'd really like to see it grow. Please take a look at it.
On SlashJob you can search for a job on several job sites at the same time. Sign in, tell it what you are looking for and where, add keywords, and each time you will log in, Slashjob will load your settings and start your customized search.
This script makes it easy to add a timetable to your webpage. I wrote it for a local radio station but didn't use it yet. I think it could be useful for TV programmes too, students' schedules, or many other applications. I only provide the timetable, the rest is up to you (data coming from SQL, XML, by PHP, ASP, that's your choice). Also, I don't filter, validate or sanitize the arguments of the methods, because I think it goes beyond the boundaries of this script (it's your job, in my opinion). You can have multiple instances of it in the same page, and it is relatively small (5kb uncompressed). The html it generates is W3C valid. You can embed HTML (=> images, links...) into each event you create, and assign a function to them. It works best with numbers divisible by 0.5 (15, 30, 60, 120, ...). In Opera it displays a scrollbar at the bottom of your page, but it disappears when you resize the window... Will fix that later. It works with every browser I've tried (Opera 9.5, IE 7, Firefox 3, Chrome 0.2, Safari 3.1.2). I think it illustrates well some of the techniques I like best, like KISS and OOP. You are free to use it without my permission, but I'd like to know where I can see it in action (only for personal pride). If you want to hire me or send me some money, feel free to do so as well. And please, don't delete the first line of the files. Don't ask why ;). BTW, the images in the examples are from Wikipedia.
I've made a tool to automate
you just have to copy the contents of the Preview box to your code (before
the </body> tag).
But, keep in mind you still have to include the .js and .css files into
the head of your page (read the instructions).
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