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It seems that this is also a caching problem, if you wait several minutes and then refresh your public profile, the script will appear there. Similarly, if you refresh the base script while editing it (make sure to save your changes!), the title should appear there as well. To make a JSFiddle script public: Open the script. Open the Info tab on the left. ...
You view the result in full screen like this - http://jsfiddle.net/brantolsen/ejUWt/embedded/result/ Just click the share button on top -
It seems that this is a caching problem. I just refreshed the list after several minutes and the script no longer appears in that list. To remove a JSFiddle script from your public profile: Open the script. Open the Info tab on the left. Delete the text in the title. Press Update. In this new version of the script, set it as the base version. Wait several ...
In order to make a jsfiddle public it needs to have both a title and be set as the base version. To set it as the base version, select 'Fork' on the menu. The forked fiddle will have an additional menu item 'Base' (indicating that it's the base version).
Add a title to the fiddle (via Fiddle Options on the left sidebar); this makes the fiddle public. (It may take a few minutes to take effect.)
There may be a better way, but the last number of the URL is the revision number: http://jsfiddle.net/LQ4JT/510/ To look at other versions you can just change that, although with 535 versions it could be fun finding the one you want!
No. Looks like there's no way to delete an anonymously-created fiddle. However, as far as I know there is no public index of anonymous fiddles, so if you never give the URL to anyone, there is very little chance anyone will ever see it again. Still, don't ever go pasting sensitive data in JSFiddle… but of course you know that already.
You want to reset the code to base at the version you're editing. To do this you simply set the current version as the base version with the "Set as base" button shown below:
If it's one of your own fiddles it displays on your dashboard. There you'll see latest revision with a link. EDIT: The GUI is updated but the functionality seems the same in this matter.
jsfiddle.net/YourUsername/uvdNV/1 ← first version jsfiddle.net/YourUsername/uvdNV/2 ← second version jsfiddle.net/YourUsername/uvdNV/3 ← third version ... jsfiddle.net/YourUsername/uvdNV/n ← nth version jsfiddle.net/YourUsername/uvdNV/ ← this is the base, you pick which version You control the base to be any of the above. Good practice is, when ...
One way to know how many versions of a script you have is to press the delete button near the script in your dashboard. It will warn you with a message such as the following: You're about to permanently delete <script>, and <num> of its revisions. Another way is to update the script which will cause the script to use the latest revision number ...
This feature is fully documented in Embedding the fiddle - Changing Tabs In example if to show the result as the first tab add result,js,html,css/ to the URL: src="http://jsfiddle.net/zalun/NmudS/embedded/result,js,html,css/"
You seem to be able to do this in jsFiddle by first getting the "Share full screen result" URL (from the Share menu) and then view the source of the full screen result to get the URL of the iframe used to display the result. For example, the "full screen result" URL, which still shows a minimal toolbar at the top: ...
Please clear your cache, we've updated some static files.
You have to Update the fiddle, then click Base. You need to create or fork the fiddle yourself before you see the Base button Note: The Base button is only available to registered, logged-in users (as of Sept 2015, at least). The button is located between Fork and TidyUp in the top menu bar.
You can try the Debug on Mobile button, the first button to the right of RUN. You may need an account and sign in to jsFiddle to use this feature. This URL should reflect the current base for this fork in show mode. Or, you can try the right click on run button. This should show the run-state in a new tab or window. Adding #Run to the base URL may do the ...
I think the other respondents to your thread looked at the iframe (crossdomain) issues and ignored the question. Another awesome JSFiddle user, Jennifer Perrin, answered more than half your question in her post "Get current page URL and title with jQuery". All that remains for you to do is to apply some logic on the URL returned and fashion it into a ...
jsfiddle doesn't support full screen. you can try this instead... http://liveweave.com and then click "Edit"...u will a complete full screen editor
You can create a new Fork, which essentially does what you want by creating a new jsfiddle from the current revision, though you'll get a new URL. Otherwise I do not believe there's any method to remove any specific revision or to clean up the revision history of a fiddle.
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