In "Cufón vs. Typeface.js, which one is better?", I declared that the first one to support selectable text wins. We're a couple of months further now and both Typeselect and Typef…
Annoying.js: How to be an asshole
The file itself is commented with “functionality”, so I won’t bother repeating it here. You can invoke different functions via the
Annoying.noSelect(); will disable text selection,
Annoying.noRightClick(); will disable the context menu, and
Annoying.kitchensink(); Will turn all the functionality on. But you’re not going to use it anyway, right? ;)
Breaking out of iframes is something I think more websites should implement, actually, if only to prevent the “OMG!!!! Look What this Kid did to his School after being Expelled! ” scams that all of my friends on Facebook keep falling for.
Let me know if you have any horrible additions!
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