This isn’t a new topic, but I had the need to create a custom jQuery selector today, so I thought I’d share. Whether you are a jQuery newbie or seasoned pro, you know that jQuery has very powerful selectors. In addition to the class and id selectors, there are over 30 selection expressions that use […]
After receiving numerous “downloading” errors (0x80040508), I was finally able to install Google’s new browser, Chrome. Suppressing the temptation to try out all of the new features, I jumped right in and started surfing the web. I’m actually using Chrome to type up this post and so far, everything seems to be working fine.
Sorry, I couldn’t resist the title. Perhaps short of true pandemonium, the new jQuery.com redesign has caused quite a stir. It sounds like they are going to make some changes, so I’m adding a screenshot for historical reference: What was your first initial impression of the redesign? Update: Order has been restored and the Rock […]
Despite the vast improvements in Firefox 3, I’ve still been using Firefox 2 because of the instability of Firebug 1.2 (beta versions). The final Firebug 1.2 version was released recently, and many of the issues have been resolved, however, I thought I’d post the steps I took to run both Firefox versions together:
“Calling all designers, developers, information architects, project managers, writers, editors, marketers, and everyone else who makes websites. It is time once again to pool our information so as to begin sketching a true picture of the way our profession is practiced worldwide.” I just finished taking the A List Apart’s 2008 survey for people who […]
Update: This post has been replaced with an updated version. During the time that I’ve been using jQuery (about a year now), I’ve run into three fairly significant browser issues. Between IE, Firefox, Safari, and Opera, Firefox is the only browser that I have yet to experience any issues with (related to jQuery, of course).
Fresh on the heels of receiving my Aviary Early Bird Invitation, I received a Dropbox invite! Basically, Dropbox is another online file sharing service that works with both Mac OS and Windows. Check out the Dropbox home page for a screencast and information about the service. Their FAQ page also has plenty of information. The […]
If you haven’t heard about Aviary: “Aviary is a suite of rich internet applications geared for artists of all genres. From image editing to typography to music to 3D to video, we have a tool for everything. At Worth1000, we are creating a complex ecosystem for artists and providing the world with free, capable collaborative […]