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Random Name Generator, in Javascript

This random name generator is one of my results on toying with Javascript. It is sometimes useful if you want to tweak your fantasy a bit! It is also useful for generating names for characters in games (especially fantasy RPGs). You can try it right away as it is written purely in HTML and Javascript.

Sometimes the generator produces non-sensible and hard-to-pronounce names, like ‘Jugxyzthw’. There are plenty of them (well, yes, plenty), and since the algorithm does not rely on English dictionary it is unavoidable. But the rest are good names that can be used for anything from game characters to country names.

This random name generator is one of my results on toying with Javascript. It is sometimes useful if you want to tweak your fantasy a bit! It is also useful for generating names for characters in games (especially fantasy RPGs). You can try it right away as it is written purely in HTML and Javascript.

Sometimes the generator produces non-sensible and hard-to-pronounce names, like ‘Jugxyzthw’. There are plenty of them (well, yes, plenty), and since the algorithm does not rely on English dictionary it is unavoidable. But the rest are good names that can be used for anything from game characters to country names. Read more »

Disabling the Javascript in Drupal Comment Forms

In Drupal, forms have nice little features which slide up and down some areas and make textareas resizable. The example is in the search page, where the “advanced search” field slides down when you click on it. It is a nice feature, especially in administration pages where forms tend to get very long. And it is tightly integrated to Drupal so you don’t need to waste some precious time implementing it. Read more »

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