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Originally posted May 8 2007 at 20:05 under Football. 0 Comments. Trackbacks Disabled.

Home, Away, Overall

When looking at a league table it is occasionally useful to see the home and away form (number of wins, draws, etc) split up. It’s almost always useful to view the totals though. I’ve hence never understood tables which leave you to do the mental adding yourself, inevitably forgetting some of the numbers. is one such table provider. Well, I’ve fixed things with a greasemonkey script.

Quite an interesting write actually. I got to use XPath (there’s a nice wrapper function) and had to wonder about finding computed styles of an element, until I discovered Gecko gives a nice easy way.

Now what can I do…

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