Archive for posts tagged with “tutorials”
Wrecker is a dynamic layout plugin for jQuery that achieves equal-height rows in a grid layout. Similar to a
float layout in that excess “cells” are moved to the following “row”. However, unlike, in that columns line up vertically and the cells of each row are equal in height based on their contents, just like a
<table>. No static heights required. Read more
When working with a
display:table layout, getting some nice space between each cell can be a real pain. Resorting to hacks like
padding or a transparent
border sometimes work, but not if you need a visible border or
box-shadow. Read more
Apparently, I have a computer job.
Sitting at the desk all day takes its toll on your shoulders and eventually your health, so I decided to purchase an elevating, or “height-adjustable” desk. Exercise aside, I am now healthier, always comfortable and get more work done in less time as I require fewer body breaks.
There was a downside to this, however: the cables! Read more
Like many Flash developers, I like writing classes and optimizing bandwidth with remote libraries. ActionScript 1 uses prototypes to extend methods to a function object, and to be able to access that class globally, one would use
_global. Unfortunately, global do not work as well as they’re explained to. This bug is resident in all minor versions of Flash Player 6, and still exists in Flash Player 7. Read more