This is kinda a poll. Please reply, and answer the 2 questions shortly, so I can get a grasp of your feedback. I want to know if there is a desire for this, or if it already exists. Years ago I started to work on a python program called "spellcheck-dir" It would recursively look at files in a project, and look at their output. Regardless of if the output was a web browser, or a command line program. I'm not talking about checking the spelling of variables, functions, and class names. I am talking about the actual text that the …

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Hello all, I haven't joined a forum in probably 10 years. I am joining this one, actually because I had issues with the sister site, programmingforums.org Apparently my account is in limbo there (activated, but not approved by a moderator). Originally, when attempting to join the other site, it was with the intention of getting feedback about projects I ahve done. I have been reviewing dozens if not 100 of my past projects, and seeing which ones I should or could release open source. I am very busy, wife, 2 kids, job, side projects, etc. So I'm not the guy …

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I just love generators in Python. One of the cool things I found out from [this](http://nedbatchelder.com/text/iter.html) site was that one could send in a value when calling on an active generator. To do so one uses the send() method and a yield like so: "x = yield". The send with a value will assign the sent value to the variable associated with the yield. I used this once to iterate through my generator once with one set of values, and then later with a different set. Cool stuff.

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I have a simple menu like this **HTML** <div> <ul> <li> <a href="#">Demo</a> </li> <li> <a href="#">Demo2</a> </li> <li> <a href="#">Demo3</a> </li> <li> <a href="#">Demo4</a> </li> <li> <a href="#">Demo5</a> </li> </ul> </div> **CSS** ul li:nth-child(1){border-top:4px solid red;} ul li:nth-child(2){border-top:4px solid pink;} ul li:nth-child(3){border-top:4px solid blue;} ul li:nth-child(4){border-top:4px solid orange;} Now my question is will this work on ie7 and higher? I am working with wordpress so i can't use a different class for each li. **jQuery** //no conflict mode jQuery(document).ready(function($){ $(ul li).on("click",function(){ //each li should have a different arrow color that matches the border color if($("ul li:nth-child(1)")){ $(this).removeClass("arrow-red").addClass("arrow-red"); } }); …

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The End.