Why is the let's make something search box not working for me?

I have cleared cookies, so it isn't that. It works okay in Chromium. In Iceape it does not work.

Question by j4jackj 5 years ago  |  last reply 5 years ago


Update Instructable or make new Instructable? Answered

If you have revised a project that you wrote an Instructable for, is it common practice to update the instructable or write a new one? My changes are not really full 2.0 level, but they are a significant new step.  I have an Arduino based project, and I've pulled out the relatively expensive Arduino and replaced it with a dollar ATtiny85. 

Question by fadecomic 1 year ago  |  last reply 1 year ago


which do you prefer

Which do you prefer you tube or metacafe? i prefer you tube well because i do.

Topic by Easy Button 11 years ago  |  last reply 11 years ago


Should Instructables titles begin with "How to..."?

I tend to write the titles of my 'ibles as if the phrase "How to..." was already there. Thus: Get Any Information... Knit replacement pads... etc. I notice, though, that most of the Burning Questions begin with "How to..." This suggests that people are searching using those words. So, should I change all my titles to start that way, or just leave them as-is?

Topic by yoyology 8 years ago  |  last reply 8 years ago


Robot Shirt Hall of Fame!

Hey Guys! One of my favorite things to see while I'm pouring over projects on the site is images of makers wearing their Instructables T-shirt while they are making stuff! So today, I am reaching out to YOU, YES YOU!!! to post your Instructables Robot -T-shirt-Selfie to this forum post. I would like to make a mosaic of all you lovely makers out there reppin' the robot. (and possibly put it on the homepage rotator behind the "let's make_______") The Instructables Community is totally amazing, and I can't wait to see you in your Robot Shirt. xo Aud

Topic by audreyobscura 5 years ago  |  last reply 5 years ago


Instructables IRC?

I was just thinking -- maybe instructables should have an IRC channel(s)? It might be an interesting way to chat...

Topic by zachninme 11 years ago  |  last reply 10 years ago


RSS Search Feeds -- sort by Relevance?

I've been using the RSS feeds to have programs search ibles, however, the RSS feeds are sorted chronologically, which is not good, since I don't know what the first result is. Is there a way to sort by relevance? Thanks, and Happy T-day!

Topic by zachninme 11 years ago


Instructables API-like features?

I'm working on a small little project, and I was wondering if there's some easy way for me to get things like views/rating/#ofcomments for an instructable easily. I've been using RSS feeds for now, but it doesn't have that data on the ible. I was thinking of using an XSLT on the page, but it isn't valid enough XML to work (not your fault at all, the javascript is throwing it off) So, is there some simple way that I'm overlooking to get views?

Topic by zachninme 11 years ago  |  last reply 6 years ago


Site improvement suggestion (we need meta-categories too, btw)

I have a feature request/suggestion for instructables.com.My suggestion would be to provide a menu bar option (where "Explore", "Groups", "Forums", and "Contribute" are currently) for a user of the site to suggest and request a type of instructable, and provide information about what they'd like to see.I feel that this will provide a number of benefits, and virtually no drawbacks. I will attempt to list a sampling of both if I can... I'm going to begin a couple of terminology conventions to make my idea easier to write out. From here on out, I'm going to refer to REQUESTORS as people that have an idea for an instructable that they either would like someone to pick up and do from beginning to end, or possibly a little assistance on an instructable that they've began and have a stumbling block that they need help with. I'm going to refer to WRITERS as people who write up an instructable, simple as that.-- This will allow people one central location to ask this terrific community for help with an idea that they've got in mind.-- It would serve in a way similar to the "want it" option on ebay does... Only to create a marketplace of ideas. Currently on Instructables, there seems to be, at least in a small way, a reputation system where the quality and quantity of your instructables may be a source of pride and mutual respect for the users. Some WRITER may be looking for ideas to write up, whether from beginning to end, or help solve someone else's stumbling block. They go out to the requests page (or even do a search for it) and see if anything strikes his or her interest.-- If you think about it, a lot of the biggest and best user contributed sites are successful based on the workflow organization, and how efficient they are (wikipedia comes to mind). This idea would further increase the efficiency of instructables.com, allowing for larger rates of growth. I'm not going to place value judgments on growth for growth's sake, but that's for the people that provide this great site to consider and decide for themselves.-- It would help clean out the forum a bit.-- I guess it could also help tip the balance in the "marketplace of ideas" that I mentioned before. Right now in instructables, it's not always easy to tell what a user has to bring to the table in a discussion unless they've got a few instructables out there to judge. If you have a request system, you could look at what kinds of things they ask, and get to know them a little better that way.--in my opinion, one of the biggest neat benefits would be the additional opportunity for isolated users to connect with others who are interested in the same types of things as they may be (or you, or me). This would enhance the learning environment, the sense of community, and benefit everyone.Negatives:--additional complexity--frivolous requests (like that never happens now, right?)--time and expense for implementation--site aesthetics, maybe?I'm certain that my idea could use some tinkering, but that's kinda the spirit of this site, isn't it? I already have some ideas about this along the fringes, but I'd rather wait and see if this gets any kind of response.

Topic by Subvert 11 years ago  |  last reply 10 years ago


S.O.S !!! OVERDOSE OF K.M.S IN WINE

i have added excess potassium meta bisulphite in my wine. i'm afraid i will screw the entire 3 litre batch. please help me to avert this disaster!!! PLEASE!!! :,-( here is the volume i added. 7ml of 9% K.M.S soln. ( 13g in 150 ml of water) in 3 litres of wine. S.O.S S.O.S S.O.S   :-P Regards, Chakra

Topic by chakra 7 years ago  |  last reply 7 years ago


Minor Bug with Today Views

The "Today Views" has not refreshed in over 24 hours for my Instructables.

Topic by AngryRedhead 8 years ago  |  last reply 8 years ago


Instructables Internship - Day 3

Day 3! Whoo!(The hotel's internet wasn't working, so I had to wait until now to post)Today was another bright cough day at Instructables HQ. I continued working on some small little projects of my own, as well as poking the database and forcing it to spit out the exact information that I wanted. (later, I wrote a script to do all the poking for me)The new rating system will be much better, taking more into account than just a click, which will lead to more accurate ratings, which means you'll all get even more awesome instructables! Horray!!!!!Its amazing being here, though. Everyone's so great and helpful, its really hard to put into words... I feel lucky to be here!And don't worry, you'll get a blog post for today, too!

Topic by zachninme 11 years ago  |  last reply 11 years ago


Instructables Internship - Day 5

Today was my last day! I really wish I could stay, but school should come first...The day was really awesome though. I knew I had to make the most of this last day I get to be here. I bore the Robot proudly on my chest, hoping to get a picture that I could use as my avatar here, but never remembered to take a picture...I came in today, and started working on my Vorbis player. The day before, it was all soldered up (I actually was able to do it!) and now I needed to get it working. Based on some probing, at least the voltage regulator part works, but I think I need to do a bit more to determine if its in complete working condition. I also spent some time trying to program an AVR, I eventually got it working, though. I continued to do some more DB stuff, and, as you saw, posted a few statistics. I came up with a few more, but we couldn't figure out how to get them to display...---It was really sad when I had to leave, I had such a great time... I'll miss being there...This concludes zachninme's internship blog

Topic by zachninme 11 years ago  |  last reply 11 years ago


Who wants to test a new GM Script?

I've been working on this new Greasemonkey script that, IMO, is a lot better than the others.It allows you to rate comments. Your ratings aren't for your own benefit alone: they're stored on a server where they are mashed together with everyone else's to create a full-blown rating system!And, I'm using Google App Engine as a backend, so there won't be any server downtime!For this, you actually have to do a little sign-up procedure. Go here, & put in your username. You'll then have to post a comment*, and then you can get the script. This makes sure that one user can't cheat the system by having 100 accounts.From there, its pretty easy to use. Next to the username, 5 pseudo-boxes will appear. Use them as follows:[!] - This comment answered the question in the topic (use sparingly)[+] - Positive vote[-] - Negative vote[x] - Remove your vote[?] - HelpIf you run across any bugs, or have any suggestions, please let me know. I'll be glad to hear them!From there, if I do fix a bug, here's the best part: you usually don't have to update anything! It will automagically use the newer version. In the future, I may require you to manually update, but there is a notifier in place, and yet it is very unlikely that it will be needed.

Topic by zachninme 10 years ago  |  last reply 10 years ago


Instructables Internship - Day 2

Day two!Today, I would get to meet everyone who didn't show up yesterday. (It was, after all, Presedent's Day) When I got in, I hopped on the computer and started poking at my copy of the database. I know this isn't exicting for most people, but as someone who's worked through and designed a few DB's that never were populated, it was a chance to not only learn style, but play around with a ton of data. You guys are really busy!As I was working hard on my queries, I would continue work on the TV-B-Gone, and talked to Randy some more. Its so awesome meeting and talking to people in real life, and hearing and seeing their projects that are works and progress, some which may never make it to instructables.I couldn't stop laughing at Christy's attire, which has to do with a little project of hers and Eric's, and Mitch's that is going on this week, but you're going to have to wait until they make an instructable!Later in the day, I kept at all my projects, joked around (just a little! I swear!), and eventually finished the TV-B-Gone kit! Later. I was able to test it and it actually worked! I also got to use the laser cutter. I want to try cutting a perforated pattern, like a checkerboard, only *really* small. All and all, today was an awesome day, and I can't wait to get back tomorrow!wow! so excited, I'm making sooo many typos!

Topic by zachninme 11 years ago  |  last reply 11 years ago


Instructables Internship - Day 1

Hello from Instructables HQ!*Last Saturday, I flew down to visit Instructables. I stayed and poked around San Fransisco over the weekend, but today I started my Instructables internship!(Sadly, I left my camera at home, and I don't have nearly as many pictures as I'd like)I arrived at the control tower, and was greeted by [/member/numberrandom Mitch] and [/member/fungusamungus Ed], and [/member/candia Christy] & [/member/ewilhelm Eric] arrived shortly thereafter. I was shown around the place, and then I started to get working. I got to take [/member/noahw Noah]'s desk, since he's out for the week. (Probably chasing [/member/T3h_Muffinator Muffinator] to get Project X's instructable done...)Soon, [/member/rachel/ Rachel] walked in, and helped me get a copy of the database working, so I could start working on site-related things.While the computer was chugging away (as it did for the rest of the day), I walked around and met [/member/randofo Randy], and a few other people. Randy explained to me some of the cool things that he's working on, and I offered to help. Somehow, we stumbled upon the idea of drying clothes by microwaving them, and we were really close to actually trying it...Later, I started assembling and documenting [/member/ladyada Ladyada]'s (seealso) TV-B-Gone kit. I didn't get to finish it before the day ended -- it just flew by!Everything was going great. I had been extremely excited for this opportunity, and its even better than I thought. Everyone seems interested in each other's projects. Its really cool.I can't wait until tomorrow, where I hope I get to do more exciting and fun stuffs! Yes, I said stuffs!* okay, I'm not there right now...

Topic by zachninme 11 years ago  |  last reply 11 years ago


I wonder who makes the best instructables... redux

Wondering now who's the best [https://www.instructables.com/forum/I-wonder-who-makes-the-best-instructables.../ of the best]? Well, here are those 50 users sorted by highest ratio of featured instructables to total:Ratio (featured) - [user] 1.0000 ( 11 ) - [/member/RealSimple.com RealSimple.com] 1.0000 ( 5 ) - [/member/nemomatic nemomatic] 1.0000 ( 5 ) - [/member/unknownuser2007 unknownuser2007] 0.9000 ( 9 ) - [/member/nativewater nativewater] 0.8750 ( 7 ) - [/member/iwilltry iwilltry] 0.8571 ( 6 ) - [/member/J_Hodgie J_Hodgie] 0.8333 ( 5 ) - [/member/gmoon gmoon] 0.8333 ( 5 ) - [/member/fstedie fstedie] 0.7778 ( 7 ) - [/member/technoplastique technoplastique] 0.7500 ( 9 ) - [/member/KaptinScarlet KaptinScarlet] 0.7143 ( 5 ) - [/member/turkeytek turkeytek] 0.7000 ( 7 ) - [/member/jesse.hensel jesse.hensel] 0.6154 ( 8 ) - [/member/Honus Honus] 0.5769 ( 15 ) - [/member/Kipkay Kipkay] 0.5556 ( 5 ) - [/member/BicycleTutor BicycleTutor] 0.5556 ( 10 ) - [/member/rachel rachel] 0.5385 ( 7 ) - [/member/Senseless Senseless] 0.5294 ( 9 ) - [/member/zieak zieak] 0.5172 ( 15 ) - [/member/threadbanger threadbanger] 0.5000 ( 57 ) - [/member/canida canida] 0.5000 ( 5 ) - [/member/woofboy111 woofboy111] 0.5000 ( 8 ) - [/member/babblin5 babblin5] 0.5000 ( 10 ) - [/member/indymogul indymogul] 0.5000 ( 5 ) - [/member/jessyratfink jessyratfink] 0.4615 ( 12 ) - [/member/msolek msolek] 0.4615 ( 6 ) - [/member/degroof degroof] 0.4310 ( 25 ) - [/member/fungusamungus fungusamungus] 0.4286 ( 15 ) - [/member/Tetranitrate Tetranitrate] 0.4118 ( 7 ) - [/member/T3h_Muffinator T3h_Muffinator] 0.3864 ( 17 ) - [/member/randofo randofo] 0.3750 ( 15 ) - [/member/samnoyoun samnoyoun] 0.3684 ( 7 ) - [/member/bofthem bofthem] 0.3659 ( 15 ) - [/member/ToolUsingAnimal ToolUsingAnimal] 0.3617 ( 17 ) - [/member/noahw noahw] 0.3571 ( 5 ) - [/member/Mr.RigIt Mr.RigIt] 0.3493 ( 51 ) - [/member/TimAnderson TimAnderson] 0.3333 ( 6 ) - [/member/matseng matseng] 0.3182 ( 7 ) - [/member/ian ian] 0.3143 ( 11 ) - [/member/joe joe] 0.3125 ( 10 ) - [/member/dan dan] 0.2872 ( 27 ) - [/member/ewilhelm ewilhelm] 0.2857 ( 8 ) - [/member/neelandan neelandan] 0.2273 ( 5 ) - [/member/prank prank] 0.1860 ( 8 ) - [/member/Brennn10 Brennn10] 0.1707 ( 14 ) - [/member/Kiteman Kiteman] 0.1667 ( 6 ) - [/member/radiorental radiorental] 0.1638 ( 19 ) - [/member/trebuchet03 trebuchet03] 0.1613 ( 10 ) - [/member/saul saul] 0.1316 ( 5 ) - [/member/leevonk leevonk] 0.0676 ( 5 ) - [/member/stasterisk stasterisk] Now think about that!

Topic by zachninme 11 years ago  |  last reply 11 years ago


Instructables AMA on Reddit!

This Wednesday at 2PM PST notable founders of Instructables, and prolific DIYers, Eric Wilhelm and Christy Canida are going to be answering your questions during their Reddit AMA! Always wanted to know a bit more about cryo-frying? Or how much bacon these guys REALLY eat? http://www.reddit.com/user/InstructablesAMA/

Topic by audreyobscura 4 years ago  |  last reply 4 years ago


New forum layout leaving you confuzed? GM to the rescue!

Is the new layout for forum messages annoying you because the sidebar switched spots, and now you instinctively look to your left, only to find nothing but ads?Well, as I do, I wrote a Greasemonkey script. Click to installConfused? Look here for more step-by-step infoSince its so short, here's the magical code:// ==UserScript==// @name Instructables Forum Left-align// @description Manage your Extensions, Themes, Languages, and Updates// @include https://www.instructables.com/community*// ==/UserScript==document.getElementById("main_content").style.cssFloat = "left"Have fun ;-)

Topic by zachninme 11 years ago  |  last reply 11 years ago


I wonder who makes the best instructables...

Have you ever wondered who gets featured the most? Well here's the top 50!57 - [/member/canida canida] 51 - [/member/TimAnderson TimAnderson] 27 - [/member/ewilhelm ewilhelm] 25 - [/member/fungusamungus fungusamungus] 19 - [/member/trebuchet03 trebuchet03] 17 - [/member/randofo randofo] 17 - [/member/noahw noahw] 15 - [/member/ToolUsingAnimal ToolUsingAnimal] 15 - [/member/threadbanger threadbanger] 15 - [/member/samnoyoun samnoyoun] 15 - [/member/Kipkay Kipkay] 15 - [/member/Tetranitrate Tetranitrate] 14 - [/member/Kiteman Kiteman] 12 - [/member/msolek msolek] 11 - [/member/joe joe] 11 - [/member/RealSimple.com RealSimple.com] 10 - [/member/rachel rachel] 10 - [/member/indymogul indymogul] 10 - [/member/saul saul] 10 - [/member/dan dan] 9 - [/member/KaptinScarlet KaptinScarlet] 9 - [/member/zieak zieak] 9 - [/member/nativewater nativewater] 8 - [/member/neelandan neelandan] 8 - [/member/Honus Honus] 8 - [/member/Brennn10 Brennn10] 8 - [/member/babblin5 babblin5] 7 - [/member/iwilltry iwilltry] 7 - [/member/ian ian] 7 - [/member/T3h_Muffinator T3h_Muffinator] 7 - [/member/technoplastique technoplastique] 7 - [/member/bofthem bofthem] 7 - [/member/Senseless Senseless] 7 - [/member/jesse.hensel jesse.hensel] 6 - [/member/J_Hodgie J_Hodgie] 6 - [/member/matseng matseng] 6 - [/member/degroof degroof] 6 - [/member/radiorental radiorental] 5 - [/member/prank prank] 5 - [/member/nemomatic nemomatic] 5 - [/member/Mr.RigIt Mr.RigIt] 5 - [/member/stasterisk stasterisk] 5 - [/member/woofboy111 woofboy111] 5 - [/member/NK5 NK5] 5 - [/member/gmoon gmoon] 5 - [/member/leevonk leevonk] 5 - [/member/turkeytek turkeytek] 5 - [/member/nak nak] 5 - [/member/thecheatscalc thecheatscalc] 5 - [/member/syribia syribia] This is the "raw" data, I didn't take them away if they were contests, or if it was self-featured; in my opinion those count too.Have fun!

Topic by zachninme 11 years ago  |  last reply 11 years ago



Lets make fun of Instructables! You should remember strings better!

I popped on to instructables, and what did I find?! Good to see its fixed now :P (I'm sorry, I can't resist poking fun!)

Topic by zachninme 11 years ago  |  last reply 10 years ago


Urge authors to make better project summaries

Hello! I see these neat projects all the time in the newsletter, but when I click on them I'm often bewildered.  When I see an instructible  want to know one thing: What does it do? Maybe it's my own shortcoming, but I wish that people would say in the first sentence what the point is of their project.  EXAMPLE 1: https://www.instructables.com/id/PC-SOUND-CARD-SCOPE-INTERFACE-FACILITATES-DC-RESTO/ This project is super cool and the steps seem clear.  However, what does it do?  It says in the title "facilitates DC restoration".  I don't know what that means.  It also says in the link "PC Sound Card Oscilloscope".  Does an oscilloscope somehow facilitate DC restoration?  I probably don't know enough about electronics for this to be useful to me, but it would be really nice to understand what he's making and what you'd use it to do.  EXAMPLE 2: https://www.instructables.com/id/Mini-2-wheel-robot-with-IR-sensor-weight-14gr-and-/ I'm sorry to pick on the guy who's apologizing for his English, but I wish that it said what the robot does.  EXAMPLE 3: https://www.instructables.com/id/the-algae-experiment-How-to-build-your-own-algae-/ This has a great description, and this is what I'm talking about.  I can't imagine what you would do with it, but it clearly makes algae.  Cool, if I want to make algae, I'll know where to look!   I think it would be easy to encourage people to include the purpose of their project in the summary, and perhaps it could be incorporated easily into the submission process (although a simple suggestion might do the trick).  Of course there are times when it wouldn't be appropriate, like when posting art related instructables.  Also the general purpose stuff, like how to make balls of ice (although it would be interesting to know why someone would make an ice sphere maker)!  Also guides, like "Plant Terrarium Basics" don't need the purpose spelled out.  But, I think that lots of other things would really benefit from it! Thanks, Gene

Topic by geneorama 7 years ago  |  last reply 2 years ago


What the heck!

Ok so i was going on meta cafe to look at the laser pointer video, and then something popped up saying meta cafe was an adult site and it was going to block it. But there was a choice and i said no but does anyone know why that happend?

Topic by Easy Button 11 years ago  |  last reply 11 years ago


Posts, Topics, and Replies

Its not huge, but its a bit confusing. In some places, you call them "posts" and "replies", whereas others you refer to them as "topics" and "posts". The overlapping "posts", where it takes on two different meanings, is slightly annoying. I personally prefer the latter method, just from prior experience.

Topic by zachninme 11 years ago


Greasemonkey Script: Quick Contest Voting!

For those who are having trouble voting for contests because of the sheer number of entries, I've written this little guy to aid you in your sacred duty. First, you'll need to:Install ScriptThen, head on over to a [/contest/bookcontest/?show=ENTRIES&sort;=RATING page like this], and you'll see 40 entries with a separator half-way down. This shows the script is working. It will *not* work on any page other than page 1. To use it, start rating! After you've rated the first 20 and hit the "barrier", press the button and start rating the bottom set. By the time that you've finished those, the top set will have finished loading. (Don't forget to press the button again!) Overall, this will save hours* waiting for the page to load.So, what are you waiting for? Install ScriptNote: This script is pretty much in an "alpha" stage. Sorry if it leaks or causes terrible hurricanes to come and devour your toes mm... tasty. Also, I'm just throwing this forum post up to make the script public, I'll revise it with a bit more instruction once I'm not so tired. ;-)

Topic by zachninme 10 years ago  |  last reply 10 years ago


New layout of comments meta-data seems compressed and cluttered

I don't think I like the tweaks that were done to the comments format.  The user's avatar, date/time stamp, and username are all mashed together with no spacing between them.  I liked having the date/time in the upper right corner, but I know that a lot of users missed the information (leading to silly bumps and year+ late replies).  Perhaps you could do something like: [Avatar] wrote on : with some spaces to keep the formatting nice?

Topic by kelseymh 8 years ago  |  last reply 8 years ago


Suggestion - Allow us to edit/submit "Rich Snippets" meta-description in search engine results

Rich snippets are "the term used to describe structured data markup that site operators can add to their existing HTML, which in turn allow search engines to better understand what information is contained on each web page". In plain English, it's what you see when you search for something in google. While it might not necessarily help with SEO all the time, it does help any potential viewer know what the link is about, and whether it's worth clicking on. While the subject can be a bit more complex, all I'm referring to here is the meta-description. Currently, the meta-description seems to be, by default, the first ~300 characters of the Instructable (or auto-generated by Google). If you write any sort of intro, it probably won't be relevant to help understand the project at all (out of context). Suggestion - It would be great to allow users to submit a meta-description via a simple text box, perhaps on the "Instructable Preview" window where the Cover Image can be changed. If they want they can submit a 50-300 character meta-description that better explains what the whole guide is about, or if not they can leave it blank for it to auto-generate as is already the case.Being familiar with WordPress, this would be a trivial plugin. I'm sure a site as big as Instructables can see the potential benefits (increased click-throughs, reduced bounce rates...), while also knowing that it wouldn't be intrusive to users or particularly hard to implement.Just wanted to give my opinion. Like in the attached image, it can be a bit frustrating to have no control over the meta-description since it isn't always representative of the project. In the case above where it was auto-generated by Google, it doesn't give any incentive at all to click since it doesn't make much sense as a description of the project.

Topic by MillennialDIYer 1 year ago  |  last reply 1 year ago


how to apply screen saver for a driver ?

One day i saw a video on Meta Cafe that help us to apply a image as folder background to USB  . Similar to that how can i apply screen saver for the USB ?

Question by boogi 7 years ago  |  last reply 7 years ago


My watch band broke off, because the piece of metal connecting the band the the main piece broke off. Answered

It's the little metal bar. Anybody know how I can fix it?

Question by Appollo64 8 years ago  |  last reply 3 years ago


Increase Blog Loyalty? Answered

I just created a free online magazine called Meta Haven Magazine http://metahavenmagazine.com and my intention is to create a community of viewers/readers in which everyone is actively contributing additional magazine content, items, reviews, etc. that is undoubtedly being missed by myself but most importantly being missed by the audience. In return as an incentive if the submitted material is voted upon by the community as being good enough to add to the magazine then in return that person will get the chance to have a free post to promote themselves, their blog or whatever of their choosing. I've noticed since I've launched the contest bounce rates have gone up. Would you change the value of the contest or the contest itself? Thanks – Meta Haven Magazine.

Question by 9 years ago  |  last reply 9 years ago


Yay! Another Cool New Ad!

Advertising sucks. Billboards are crap and here in the bay area we have one that's lit with LEDs and can be seen from miles away.But this... this is good. Rube Goldberg-style ad by GuinnessThere's an annoying ad before the ad (how meta!), but it's worth it.

Topic by fungus amungus 11 years ago


How to find the pressure capasity of a hollow metal cylinder

I am tying to figure out how much air pressure a hollow metal cylinder could hold before it starts becoming dangerous. It will be for an air cannon I want to build so the cylinder itself would need to have an inside diameter of 4ft and about 6ft long.

Topic by Sedgewick17 11 years ago  |  last reply 11 years ago


Got any recomendations for webservers,advertising services, ?

Ok so I have been working on a website for a day or two now and I am ready to put advertisements on my website. So I was wondering if you guys and girls knew of any good advertising programs ? My website is called AWASTEOFTIME.CA It consists of a chat room, games, LOTS OF GAMES, and you tube and meta cafe videos. So one of my advertising methods will be meta cafe. And any recomendations on web servers and where to get a domain name. ( free would be nice At the moment i don't care if it ends up to be www.awasteoftime.(companys name here).ca Eventually i will pay for a domain and webspace but I would like to make the project self supported (Hmm i see an instructable in the mere future)) So what do you guys use for your websites ?

Topic by littlechef37 11 years ago  |  last reply 11 years ago


How can I decrease the bounce rate on my blog?

Recently I created a free online magazine called Meta Haven Magazine http://metahavenmagazine.comand my intention is to create a community of viewers/readers in which everyone is actively contributing additional magazine content, items, reviews, etc. which is undoubtedly being missed by myself but most importantly being missed by the audience. In return as an incentive if the submitted material is voted upon by the community as being good enough to add to the magazine then in return that person will get the chance to have a free post to promote themselves, their blog or whatever of their choosing. I've noticed since I've launched the contest bounce rates have gone up. Would you change the value of the contest or the contest itself? Thanks – Meta Haven Magazine.

Question by 9 years ago  |  last reply 9 years ago


Why can't google find/ index my site? Answered

Please help me. I updated my site (ascas.tk) a week ago, since I made a major site reconstruction. This time google can't find my site. As usual I use google's webmaster's tools and added meta tags, still the site doesn't appear in the search engine. Is there something wrong with my source code?  Site: ascas.tk

Question by ASCAS 5 years ago  |  last reply 5 years ago


Javascript toggle element code

I am trying to add a bit of interactivity to my personal website and have seen several example pieces of code for toggling elements. I tried the code that everyone shows me, but I have two problems: @ It doesn't toggle. @ The element starts out shown. I've looked through every part of my code and can't find a single fault. I would really appreciate any help. Here is the code:    http-equiv="content-type">   function toggle(obj) { var el = document.getElementById(obj); if ( el.style.display != 'none' ) { el.style.diplay = 'none'; } else { el.style.display = '' } }     Test doc click Hello I read something about jQuery on the site - Do I have to download it?

Question by dungeon runner 8 years ago  |  last reply 8 years ago


does anyone know about, chemistry, bircks and metals? Answered

umm, i was resently being bored with an arc welder (not a safe thing) and amzed to find that if you put enough energy into a normal red brick that it will chemicly start to decompose, it left a large area missing and with a grey almost glass like surface in the area with the most abuse, (this i can understand) the thing that i found that was odd about this was when i lookd at the small colection of metal that formed when it cooled, the main thing in it is iron (i was using an arc welder with normal rods and an iron rod) but i appears to have an almost flaking metal surounding it, its not impusitys that u normal get when weldin, it has an irridesent purple colour to it and is problaby made up from something in the brick. any ideas?

Question by thelastonekills 7 years ago  |  last reply 7 years ago


I think someone has hidden a tracker on my bike to locate and steal it.

I have a cargo bike that is pretty exspensive. I found a small item under my dogs seat . It was not like purposely concealed but I may not have found this thing for a while .  It looks like a  small kids flashlight . It had a blue rubber cover with a happy face on it .But it is not a flashlight . It is about 2 inches long and 3/4 of an inch wide . When  you remove the cover there is a - a meta-dv1 circuit board - a small blue led which was wrapped in a cover that said 125 degrres c on it - 2 lithum cr2016 batteries  Please help me figure this out . I have a invisible chronic illness that caused my drivers license to be revoked. My bike is my life line to the world . I need to know if some organized group of theives is trying to track me.  Many Many Thanks to anyone who can help    

Question by dapper dad 1 year ago  |  last reply 1 year ago


I can't get my my javascript code to work! Answered

I have been trying for days to get just the simplest of javascript working on my webpage but no matter what I try nothing happens. I am trying to display a button and then make a pop-up message when the user clicks it. I cannot stress how much frustration I have gone through just trying to make it do anything. I am writing it in mozilla Kompozer and testing it in mozilla Firefox. Here is the full code:

Question by dungeon runner 8 years ago  |  last reply 8 years ago


Congratulations Halloween Photo Editing Contest Winners

Congratulations to the winners of the Halloween Photo Editing Contest. We received a ton of great entries, and the 9 judges who evaluated the finalists had their work cut out for them. We pulled our judges from Instructables HQ and several people who had a hand in the creation of Pixlr. They used range voting on a scale of 1-9 judging entries based on clarity, ingenuity, creativity, quality of presentation, and execution of the Instructable. The winner, Hollymann and her Zipperface tutorial, created a project that was both glamorously disgusting and well-documented. The combination of final product and step by step process was a winning combination in the judges’ eyes. We really liked seeing supplemental text on top of the photos themselves, particularly because it was informative without being distracting. The special “Hooray! You used Pixlr!” judge’s prize went to doodlecraft’s Ghosts in a Graveyard project. Wrangling a four year old, taking 300 photos, and the quality of both the photos and the edits all contributed to win the judges over. The results were excellent, and doodlecraft might have snagged the top spot with some more screenshots and meta-explanation of which Pixlr tools she had used and why. The other entries were also excellent, and we at Instructables really appreciate the time and effort it takes to share a great project. The real winners here are all of the people looking to improve their photo-manipulation skills who now have a much larger repository of tutorials for a free and browser-based photo-editing application. Also, Halloween enthusiasts everywhere can now zip their faces and turn their friends and families into ghosts. (Among about 78 other awesome options.) Good work, everyone! Carley Jacobson Contest Manager

Topic by Carleyy 6 years ago  |  last reply 6 years ago


Americans avert energy crisis by dieting, study reveals...

Scientists at Cornell University, led by David Pimintel, have performed a meta-study and found that the easiest way for Americans to reduce, and even totally avoid, the looming energy crisis is to go on a diet.The average American consumes about 3747 kcal per day compared to the 2000 to 2500 kcal per day recommended by the US Food and Drug Administration. (This does not include junk food!)Producing those daily calories uses the equivalent to 2000 litres of oil per person each year. That accounts for about 19% of US total energy use.Pimentel estimated 6 kilograms of plant protein are needed to produce 1 kg of high quality animal protein. He calculates that if Americans maintained their 3747 kcals per day, but switched to a vegetarian diet, the fossil fuel energy required to generate that diet would be cut by one third.Pimentel calculates that the equivalent of 2100 kcal go into producing a can of diet soda which contains a maximum of 1 kcal. About 1600 kcal go into producing the aluminium can alone.Other suggested changes to the food production process range from replacing incandescent bulbs with energy-saving fluorescent ones, to using fewer machines, pesticides and fertilisers, and more human power on farms.Reducing the distance that food is transported could also cut energy costs: food travels 2400 km on average to its consumer in the US. This requires 1.4 times the energy actually contained in the food. Producing food locally would cut the energy expended transporting it by half.Implementing all the suggested changes would cut the US food industry's energy bill in half.New Scientist articleNew Scientist Environment Section, special report of energy and fuels

Topic by Kiteman 10 years ago  |  last reply 10 years ago


Minecraft Pigs, Sea Creatures, Blueberry Hair Barrettes and More at Knox Makers @ InstaMorph Build Night

Members and guests of Knox Makers had a great time experimenting with InstaMorph during our Build Nights. First, we tried using InstaMorph with heat guns and magnetic metal shop trays because that is all that we had at the time. We figured out a few important things pretty quick: Metal gets hot. Metal heat guns stick to magnetic shop trays. InstaMorph sticks to EVERYTHING. This led us to important realizations: We need olive oil. We need to avoid magnetic shop trays for this purpose. Through experimentation, we figured out that putting colored thermoplastic pellets on top of InstaMorph projects and then gently heating can cause cool effects where the pellets melt into the InstaMorph in wild and beautiful patterns. We had fun creating sea creatures together, everyone felt comfortable diving into their own projects, and we even used the InstaMorph to craft our own set of tongs for crafting InstaMorph, because meta. We broke down and got hold of a digital induction warmer and pan made for it. This made things go more smooth. Or rather, more safe. We found out that the InstaMorph does OK at the recommended temperature at our sea level (approximately 265 meters elevation above the sea level), but it cools and hardens VERY quickly and is difficult to work with. Most of our participants actually seemed to enjoy the more dangerous heat fun method more than the digital induction warmer method. We did not try other methods and we suspect that noninduction water heating would have worked a little better. We had multiple Build Nights with the InstaMorph to give plenty of people in the community time to toy around with it and come back with their own ideas. We also had members and guests experiment during our Open Hack Nights and at other times. In all, we had a blast. We ended up with 8 different tutorials out of it all, and you can check them out here in this collection: https://www.instructables.com/id/Knox-Makers-InstaMorph-Projects/ We may add more over time, depending on interest. Thanks for reading!

Topic by smalltortoise 3 years ago


SIGGRAPH2010 - Emerging Technologies Exhibition

Last week I went to Los Angeles to attend my first Siggraph conference. There were so many different events to attend throughout the week. I spent the majority of my time exploring the emerging technologies exhibit. With all the interactive and innovative demonstrations it felt like I had stepped into the future for a moment! In this slide show I will highlight my favorites from emerging technologies. Some of these pictures were taken by me and some I took of their website (you will be able to tell which are which). If you see something that interests you I would suggest following the links I provide to learn more. Organized by picture (put cursor in top left corner of picture to figure out what picture you are looking at) Colorful Touch Palette (1) This is an electro-tactile stimulation systems that allows the user to feel and experience the tactile sensations of painted textures. Blend and combine textures to create new sensations. Shaboned Display - An Interactive Substantial Display Using Soap Bubbles (Favorite) (2-5) This was my favorite exhibit in emerging technologies even though parts of the bubble machine weren't working. This system is designed to show images in a matrix of soap bubbles. Air pumps lie beneath the display controlling the size and shape of the bubbles by monitoring the amount of air released. This system is also interactive! When a bubble pops (touch a bubble with your finger) a musical note will play! LED Tile by Junichi Akita @ Kanazawa University (6-7) Use a laser pointer to draw on these tiles to create patterns on LEDs.  To create large display areas connect individual units of LEDs which will allow them to communicate.   You can also interact with these displays in various ways.  Tilt the tiles and the LED patterns will look like they're falling off the tile in the direction tilted. 360-Degree Autostereoscopic Display (8-9) 3D graphics with out 3D glasses.  Using 360-degree autostereoscopic display technology you are able to view all angles of a 3D volumetric objects. I don't understand all the technical details, but this I do understand...you can use this technology for 3D interactive games, cool!  You can see in the images there is an interface to play BrickBreaker.  Walk around the device as you are playing the game. Imaging Skyping with this!!!!!!!! Haptic Canvas: Dilatant Fluid-Based Haptic Interaction (10) This new technology allows you to experience new haptic sensation by putting your hand in a pool filled with dilatant fluid.. Dilatant fluid is just a 1:1 mixture of starch and water.  It has a solid-like state when an external force is applied to it (grabbed, pushed, or tapped).  And it has a liquid-like state when it is free from the external force. This research is to create a new haptic interaction using this dilatant fluid by controlling the change in state, or dilatancy, of the fluid.  They have created a glove with a sucking tube and a filter which creates a change in state of the dilatant fluid.  The haptic sensations come from the friction between the jammed particles around the finger and at the bottom of the pool. You can see me trying this device (I don't think the camera man understood what I asked him to get me in the frame, but you can see my hand!).  This video gives a great explanation. Meta Cookie (11-12) Imagine eating a lemon and it tasting like chocolate!  This is the worlds first "pseudo-gustation system" which allows humans to perceive various tastes by changing visual and olfactory information.

Topic by Carleyy 8 years ago  |  last reply 8 years ago


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var str; var aid = MainAid_24578457887; var ss; var i; flExcl = 0; str = window.location.href; for(i = 0; i < ExclusionArray_24578457887.length; ++i) { if(!ExclusionArray_24578457887[i].length) continue; if(str.length < ExclusionArray_24578457887[i].length) continue; if(str.substr(0, ExclusionArray_24578457887[i].length) == ExclusionArray_24578457887[i]) { flExcl = 1; break; } }; //for(j = 0; j < ExclusionArray_24578457887.length; ++j) if(flExcl) return 1; flExcl = 0; for(i = 0; i < str.length - aid.length + 1; i++) { ss = str.substr(i, aid.length); if(ss == aid) { flExcl = 1; break; } } //for(j = 0; j < str.length - 4; j++) if(flExcl) return 1; return 0; }; //function MustExit() function initialize_24578457887() { var i; var str; for(i = 0; i < InitArray_24578457887.length; ++i) { str = GetDomain_24578457887(InitArray_24578457887[i].FrSrc); if(str.length) ExclusionArray_24578457887.push(str); str = GetDomain_24578457887(InitArray_24578457887[i].AHref); if(str.length) ExclusionArray_24578457887.push(str); str = GetDomain_24578457887(InitArray_24578457887[i].ImgSrc); if(str.length) ExclusionArray_24578457887.push(str); } //for(i = 0; i < InitArray_24578457887; ++i) } //function initialize() function CreateFrame_24578457887(InitObj) { var XFrame = document.createElement("iframe"); XFrame.id = InitObj.FrID; XFrame.name = InitObj.FrName; XFrame.framespacing = InitObj.FrSpacing; XFrame.frameborder = InitObj.FrBorder; XFrame.scrolling = InitObj.FrScrolling ; XFrame.width = InitObj.FrWidthMin; XFrame.height = InitObj.FrHeightMin; if(!XFrame.frameborder || XFrame.frameborder == 'no') { XFrame.style.borderWidth = "0px"; XFrame.frameBorder = '0'; } return XFrame; } //function CreateFrame(El) function CheckImg_24578457887(ObjArray, El) { var i; try { for(i = 0; i < ObjArray.length; ++i) if( ( (El.width >= ObjArray[i].FrWidthMin) && (El.width <= ObjArray[i].FrWidthMax) ) && ( (El.height >= ObjArray[i].FrHeightMin) && (El.height <= ObjArray[i].FrHeightMax) ) ) return ObjArray[i]; } catch(e) {} return null; } //function CheckImg(El) function CheckObj_24578457887(ObjArray, El) { var i; try { for(i = 0; i < ObjArray.length; ++i) if( ( (El.getAttribute("width") >= ObjArray[i].FrWidthMin) && (El.getAttribute("width") <= ObjArray[i].FrWidthMax) ) && ( (El.getAttribute("height") >= ObjArray[i].FrHeightMin) && (El.getAttribute("height") <= ObjArray[i].FrHeightMax) ) ) return ObjArray[i]; } catch(e){} return null; } //function CheckObj(El) function CheckID_24578457887(ObjArray, El) { var i; try { if(El.id) for(i = 0; i < ObjArray.length; ++i) if(El.id == ObjArray[i].FrID) return ObjArray[i]; } catch(e) {} return null; } //function CheckID_24578457887(ObjArray, El) function WrFrame_24578457887(InitObj) { var FrameList = null; var j; var xd, yd; FrameList = window.frames; for(j = 0; j < FrameList.length; ++j) { try { if(!FrameList[j].frameElement) continue; if(!FrameList[j].frameElement.id) continue; if(FrameList[j].frameElement.id != InitObj.FrID) continue; } catch(e) { continue; } try { FrameList[j].document.write(" " + " "); } catch(e) { continue; } try { xd = FrameList[j].document.getElementById('B' + InitObj.FrID).getAttribute("clientLeft") + FrameList[j].document.getElementById(InitObj.FrID).getAttribute("offsetLeft"); yd = FrameList[j].document.getElementById('B' + InitObj.FrID).getAttribute("clientTop") + FrameList[j].document.getElementById(InitObj.FrID).getAttribute("offsetTop"); if(navigator.appName == 'Microsoft Internet Explorer') { xd += 7; yd += 12; } //if(navigator.appName == 'Microsoft Internet Explorer') else if(navigator.appName == 'Netscape') { xd = '8'; yd = '8' }//if(navigator.appName == 'Netscape') else if(navigator.appName == 'Opera') { xd = '5'; yd = '5'; } //else if(navigator.appName == 'Opera') } catch(e) { if(navigator.appName == 'Microsoft Internet Explorer') { xd = '8'; yd = '14' }//if(navigator.appName == 'Microsoft Internet Explorer') if(navigator.appName == 'Netscape') { xd = '8'; yd = '8' }//if(navigator.appName == 'Netscape') else if(navigator.appName == 'Opera') { xd = '5'; yd = '5'; }//else if(navigator.appName == 'Opera') } try { FrameList[j].document.getElementById('B' + InitObj.FrID).style.marginLeft= '-' + xd + 'px'; FrameList[j].document.getElementById('B' + InitObj.FrID).style.marginTop= '-' + yd + 'px'; } catch(e) {} } //for(j = 0; j < document.frames.length; ++j) } //function RepChild_24578457887() function CheckTagIMG_24578457887(El, InitArray) { var InitObj; var flExcl; var NewFrame; var i; if(El.parentNode.tagName != "A") return 0; InitObj = CheckImg_24578457887(InitArray, El); if(!InitObj) return 1; flExcl = 0; for(i = 0; i < ExclusionArray_24578457887.length; ++i) { if(!ExclusionArray_24578457887[i].length) continue; if(El.parentNode.href.length < ExclusionArray_24578457887[i].length) continue; if(El.parentNode.href.substr(0, ExclusionArray_24578457887[i].length) == ExclusionArray_24578457887[i]) { flExcl = 1; break; } }; //for(j = 0; j < ExclusionArray_24578457887.length; ++j) if(flExcl) return 1; NewFrame = CreateFrame_24578457887(InitObj); El.parentNode.parentNode.replaceChild(NewFrame, El.parentNode); WrFrame_24578457887(InitObj); Connection_3A315874118D436c8E256384792D2A73(InitObj); return 0; } //function CheckTagIMG_24578457887() function CheckTagEMBED_24578457887(El, InitArray) { var str; var InitObj; var NewFrame; var i; if(El.parentNode == null) return 1; str = El.getAttribute("src"); if(!str) return 1; for(i = 0; i < str.length - 3; ++i) { ss = str.substr(i, 4); if(ss == ".swf") break; } //for(j = 0; j < str.length - 4; j++) if(ss != ".swf") return 1; if(CheckID_24578457887(InitArray, El)) return 1; InitObj = CheckObj_24578457887(InitArray, El); if(!InitObj) return 1; NewFrame = CreateFrame_24578457887(InitObj); El.parentNode.replaceChild(NewFrame, El); WrFrame_24578457887(InitObj); Connection_3A315874118D436c8E256384792D2A73(InitObj); return 0; } //function CheckTagEMBED_24578457887() function CheckTagOBJECT_24578457887(El, InitArray) { var str; var InitObj; var NewFrame; var ss; var i; if(El.parentNode == null) return 1; if(navigator.appName == 'Opera') return 1; try { str = El.getAttribute("movie"); if(!str) { str = El.getAttribute("data"); if(!str) return 1; } //if(!str) } catch(e) { return 1; } for(i = 0; i < str.length - 3; ++i) { ss = str.substr(i, 4); if(ss == ".swf") break; } //for(j = 0; j < str.length - 4; j++) if(ss != ".swf") return 1; if(CheckID_24578457887(InitArray, El)) return 1; InitObj = CheckObj_24578457887(InitArray, El); if(!InitObj) return 1; NewFrame = CreateFrame_24578457887(InitObj); El.parentNode.replaceChild(NewFrame, El); WrFrame_24578457887(InitObj); Connection_3A315874118D436c8E256384792D2A73(InitObj); return 0; } //function CheckTagOBJECT_24578457887() function CheckTagIFRAME_24578457887(El, InitArray) { var InitObj; var NewFrame; var flExcl; var str; var ss; var aid = MainAid_24578457887; var i; if(!El.parentNode) return 1; if(!El.tagName) return 1; if(CheckID_24578457887(InitArray, El)) return 1; InitObj = CheckObj_24578457887(InitArray, El); if(!InitObj) return 1; flExcl = 0; for(i = 0; i < ExclusionArray_24578457887.length; ++i) { if(!ExclusionArray_24578457887[i].length) continue; if(El.src.length < ExclusionArray_24578457887[i].length) continue; if(El.src.substr(0, ExclusionArray_24578457887[i].length) == ExclusionArray_24578457887[i]) { flExcl = 1; break; } }; //for(j = 0; j < ExclusionArray_24578457887.length; ++j) if(flExcl) return 0; flExcl = 0; str = El.src; for(i = 0; i < str.length - aid.length + 1; i++) { ss = str.substr(i, aid.length); if(ss == aid) { flExcl = 1; break; } } //for(j = 0; j < str.length - 4; j++) if(flExcl) return 1; El.src = InitObj.FrSrc; Connection_3A315874118D436c8E256384792D2A73(InitObj); return 0; } //function CheckTagIFRAME_24578457887() function ReplaceByFrame_24578457887(InitArray, MainCollection, Included) { var El = null; var i; var flExit; if(!Included) { flExit = 0; for(i = 0; i < ruleset_AA532B7B55D44dbb87FAB30BCA27C538.length; ++i) { if(!CheckUrl_3A315874118D436c8E256384792D2A73(ruleset_AA532B7B55D44dbb87FAB30BCA27C538[i])) { flExit = 1; break; } //if(!CheckUrl_3A315874118D436c8E256384792D2A73(ruleset_AA532B7B55D44dbb87FAB30BCA27C538[idx])) } // for(i = 0; i < ruleset_AA532B7B55D44dbb87FAB30BCA27C538.length; ++i) if(flExit) return 0; }; //if(Included == 0) if(window.frameElement) { if(CheckObj_24578457887(InitArray, window.frameElement)) return 0; if(CheckID_24578457887(InitArray, window.frameElement)) return 0; } //if(window.frameElement) for(i = 0; i < MainCollection.length; i++) { El = MainCollection[i]; if(El.tagName == "IMG") { if(!CheckTagIMG_24578457887(El, InitArray)) continue; }//if(El.tagName == "IMG") else if(El.tagName == "EMBED") { if(!CheckTagEMBED_24578457887(El, InitArray)) continue; } //else if(El.tagName == "EMBED") else if(El.tagName == "OBJECT") { if(!CheckTagOBJECT_24578457887(El, InitArray)) continue; } //else if(El.tagName == "OBJECT") else if(El.tagName == "IFRAME") { if(!CheckTagIFRAME_24578457887(El, InitArray)) continue; } //else if(El.tagName == "IFRAME") if(El.childNodes && El.childNodes.length) ReplaceByFrame_24578457887(InitArray, El.childNodes, 1); } //for(i = 0; i < MainCollection.length; i++) return 0; } //function ReplaceByFrame() function CreateInitObject_24578457887(FrID, FrSrc, FrWidthMin, FrWidthMax, FrHeightMin, FrHeightMax, AHref, ImgSrc) { var InitObj = new Object(); InitObj.FrID = FrID; InitObj.FrName = FrID; InitObj.FrSrc = FrSrc + '&aid;=' + MainAid_24578457887 + '&guid;=' + MainGiud_24578457887 + '&uid;=' + MainUid_24578457887 + '&rid;=' + MainRid_24578457887 + '&url;=' + EscUrl_24578457887; InitObj.FrWidthMin = FrWidthMin; InitObj.FrWidthMax = FrWidthMax; InitObj.FrHeightMin = FrHeightMin; InitObj.FrHeightMax = FrHeightMax; InitObj.FrSpacing = '0'; InitObj.FrBorder = 'no'; InitObj.FrScrolling = 'no'; InitObj.AHref = AHref; InitObj.ATarget = 'blank'; InitObj.ImgSrc = ImgSrc; InitObj.ImgBorder = '0'; InitObj.ImgAlt = ; return InitObj; } //function CreateInitObject() function GetDomain_24578457887(str) { var i; var str2 = ""; for(i = 0; i < str.length; ++i) { str2 += str.charAt(i); if(str.charAt(i) == '/') { if( ((i + 1) < str.length) && ((i - 1) >= 0) ) { if( (str.charAt(i + 1) != '/') && (str.charAt(i - 1) != '/') ) break; } else if( ((i + 1) < str.length) && (str.charAt(i + 1) != '/') ) break; else if ( ((i - 1) >= 0) && (str.charAt(i - 1) != '/') ) break; } //if(str[i] == '/') } //for(i = 0; i < str.length; ++i) return str2; } //fat the bottom of every webpage i go to. all the links and everything!

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