From Legacy to Web 2.0

Musings of a developer on the cutting edge, just steps away from the bleeding edge.
Mar 0
Mar 0

Are you afraid of shadows?

Have you ever wondered how iTunes manages all those cool effects with the iPhone App images? The neat text shadows and box shadows for images, the curved corners… I thought it was something they were using an image tool for, but the more I looked at the feeds, the more I noticed that the the […]

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Jan 0
Jan 0

You should upgrade to IE7

This text was found when browsing using IE6 – I loved it and wanted to share it with you! Found on Click Forensics Your are currently browsing this site with Internet Explorer 6. When it was released in August of 2001 Internet Explorer 6 was a cutting edge browser, unfortunately after nearly 8 years the […]

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Jan 0
Jan 0

Cross Browser DOM Ready

This is an interesting post about cross browser DOM Ready… Reinventing the wheel, cross browser DOM ready There are different techniques to have DOM ready functionality. Some techniques are faster,smarter than the other (or a combination of both). Having it working in various of browser has always been an issue, with HTML 5 they introduced […]

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Jan 0
Jan 0

Hiding and showing scroll bars with JavaScript

Have you received a requirement that says “We want to see this many elements before you add a scroll bar, we don’t care about the height of the elements, just the number”? If you are using YUI, there is a VERY easy way to handle this! YUI has the following 2 CSS classes which you […]

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