Everything here is copyright me (David Blackledge) and may be used by anyone as long as you link back to my website and let me know! (this is a change from previous license as of 9/2013 - I haven't added anything here since 2010)

Here is some of my work and some of my experiments:

Games, Tools, and Utilities:

  • NEW!JavaScript gems for programmers.
  • NEW!translate text into umopapisdn (upsidedown) text
  • NEW!translate text into txet wtih a mxeid up mddile (from something I saw at the Explora kids museum)
  • NEW!insane - drawing on a web page - takes a while to start.
  • [N4+,  IE] Green Globs - a Math equation game from the 80's.
  • [N3+,  IE] Pop-a-mole
  • [N3+,  IE] Pop-a-mole using images (and resizable)
  • [N3+,  IE] MineSweeper
  • [N3?, IE] On the front page is my Calendar implementation... everybody does one, right? Mine is an Object. You can set an action and it will make that the HREF for every date, complete with substitution variables. It also has an Events set-up and displays days differently if there is a morning, afternoon, or an all-day event defined.  dlbCalendar.js
  • XBM stuff - doesn't work in IE 6 in XP sp2 because they disabled XBM support.
  • XBM Stuff
  • Demos and Experiments:
  • [N4, IE] Reflecting Pool - a shimmering water effect for any entered text. Very cool... I might add it to my pages someday.
  • other really ancient stuff is on my old JavaScript page.
  • "Published Work"
    The JavaScript Source:
  • [N3?,IE] Radio Question Validator [submitted Aug 29, 2001, listed Feb 20, 2002 (2002-20-02!)]. Original Sample One user already noted that there is one vulnerability in the script... if you name your radio buttons with numbers it won't work.