Burn: But ajax adds no protection compared to just linking it in an img tag
Hullihen: Hello . has anybody used nv.d3.js for drawing charts
Latterell: I am drawing chart on a gridster item. but the graph is going outside the item
Capener: Mintmoney: to be clear 5 secs in the browsers network tab will give them the image anyway
Dilullo: As long as they p*** in the id param
Harbolt: And it matches their session data
Rideau: And my point is, just put the url in an img tag
Crotteau: And let the browser render the image directly
Hardeman: So why is it displaying just a string! lol. i will try putting it right in the image tab
Mcfalls: It will be just as secure
Kotts: Ugh what a headache for such a simple answer lol
Novick: Sorry for being your headache mintmoney :
Voglund: Kamuela: no not you, lol. thank you for the help as well!
Headley: I was just trying everything before even asking in here
Benike: I love that feeling of relief after you get all stressed out trying to solve some ridiculous problem, but it’s better when I’m not the one creating the problem, still satisfying though lol
Gingery: On your server side though, i guess the reason you’re opening that readstream is just to make sure the file exists?
Tuggles: I think your node-dir module would check for that before though
Hemmeter: Yes, I can get rid of that I think
Guyett: So that big long string of characters is called a Blob? lol
Poppert: Mintmoney: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Binary_large_object
Chao: Especially Kamueal and Cork :
Saltern: How does one go about writing jQuery alongside non-jquery code? Is the done-thing to adopt object oriented style programming?
Tant: Putting all your objects properties and methods inside of a global object perhaps?
Glacken: Sauerkirsche: you normally don’t need to do anything to use jquery along side things
Tubville: Unless the original code depends on a framework that uses $
Helmich: Is mime type validation in forms not recommended?
Krys: I had problems with https://github.com/jeff1evesque/machine-learning/issues/2081#issuecomment-138741936
Rogacki: So I just concluded that nothing can be done
Nitchals: Unless I move all the validation logic to be solely server based and ajax it back to the front end
Foglesong: You mean validate the contents of a file?
Foglesong: Based on it’s mime type?
Kilichowski: Currently logic is front and back end
Foglesong: That’s back end validation
Vorel: Should I add ajax to send validation to backend and return it to front end before form submission
Foglesong: Typically what i have seen for front end is simply checking/restricting the extension, but interrogating the file to make sure it is what it is, is a backend operation
Labonne: The back end I do mime type and hash comparison
Foglesong: To validate it you’d have to send it, so not sure how much you’d save by sending it twice in a good case
Barrena: Yeah weird if I validate twice
Grade: Wonder what I should do
Mcsween: Hi I have a problem https://gist.github.com/Mcsween/bab740bf1283adfda930 I am using that code to scroll to anchors in my website which works perfect
Mcsween: But I need to add some more offset because I am using a fixed header.
Mcsween: ScrollTop: 150 + target.offset.top is for example not working.
Mcsween: I need that so I can see my titles again from the sections where I am scrolling to. Has someone a suggestion how I can fix that?
Suydan: It was indeed minus 100 instead +
Cambareri: How do i add a varible to a query selector $id = 12 $”panel-+$id”.hide; ?
Flinton: Yeah, forgot the #, but would this work? $id = 12; $”#panel”+ $id.hide;
Shartle: Personally i never use it
Mathur: Anyone using jquery cycle? looks broken af?
Fratus: Hello everyone. I don’t get why this doesn’t work: http://pastebin.com/b7xJvzd8 What I want is that when I click on the fa icon it should pop up an dialog called .project-info and it should be the specific one that’s inside the article, so I should use the $this, but I can’t really get it to work out
Baich: Rycroft: I guess, it worked fine before – but then it loaded the same all the time, I want to use the $this to get the specific one that’s inside the post
Tubeszewski: Well one thing, lines 10-12 are executing every time you fade in. you probably want to do that outside so you only bind once
Onishi: If you can click the icon multiple times, it would also be binding multiple times there too
Mattila: Btw, what is projInfo? I see it used but not defined