"Sick of complicated protein viewers?
Then welcome to Jolecule, the truly web-based protein viewer - all your work saved to the cloud - and no plugins needed.
Jolecule has a beautiful interface that makes it incredibly easy to focus on specific atoms. It works with trackpads and even (slowly) on the iPad.
Written in HTML5, Jolecule works in modern browsers such as Chrome and Safari and mostly in Firefox."
The goal of this project was to create a tool that musicians and casual music fans could use to create music patterns and collaborate on rhythmic ideas with friends. We recognize the performance is currently unacceptable for serious use, but look forward to updates in browser technology to make tools like this a viable option for music lovers."
I tried implementing one of the examples but couldn't figure out how without rewriting a bunch of the code, so I modified something from this site to make the HTML5 banana above.
Is your path relative or absolute?
A path begins with an anchor and a reference - do you have a target?
Does your style cascade?
Is your style inline or external?
Do you generate statically or dynamically?
What color is your background?
Content exists in a cell. Is your cell padded? Does it have a border?
If your path does not include a target you will remain in the same frame you are now.