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The "empty" BODY tag
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The body tag should be left empty in an HTML document.  If it contains anything, it should be limited to what a user should see if JavaScript is turned off in the browser settings.  ("Turn on JavaScript if you wish to view this page!")

Once all of the associated documents (CSS, JS, "image preloads", others) have been fully loaded into the browser, the body tag can be populated with JavaScript-generated html tags.

In this manner, sniffers can not detect the context of the information contained within the combined document stream.

Additionally, web pages shrink in size (increasing speed and bandwidth), reusable components are preloaded, and remain within the browser for the entire session.

All while maintaining W3C standards.
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#2
A minimalist example of an HTML-less application is provided here: World County Facts
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US Foreign Aid Review (1946-2012)

Sorted by Programs
Sorted by Countries

Note the Year Range Selection works both Ascending and Descending (2007-2012 or 2008-1988).

Actual $ and converted $ available for display.

All with no returns to the server.
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#4
United States Health Rankings
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Vote the Rock!

is downright cool, and if you give the app an email, it will give you your own customized Top Rock Albums poster.
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#6
Political News Mash
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(01-27-2019, 09:34 PM)jspurbeck Wrote: A minimalist example of an HTML-less application is provided here: World County Facts

Another is this one: US Presidents
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Ribbon Maker

Don't forget to capture the screen, cut out your rack in Paint or other image editor.  Then, send the image to a magnet printer or other item.

Here is the image I created using the application.

[Image: myrack.png]
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(01-27-2019, 10:06 PM)jspurbeck Wrote: Ribbon Maker

Don't forget to capture the screen, cut out your rack in Paint or other image editor.  Then, send the image to a magnet printer or other item.

Here is the image I created using the application.

[Image: myrack.png]

This application is a demo only.  If you submit your order, you WILL NOT receive anything, nor will your account be charged.  Nobody is monitoring this applications database for orders.
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