In the past week I have dealt with two different needs to sort a table date column (using a custom date format) using a JS plugin jQuery Tablesorter 2.0 and Bootstrap Table.
Ever have a page not load properly in IE 7 but it loads fine – without error – with all other browsers? After you validate all your CSS/HTML and the error or funky behavior persists…and you have made sure your doctype is correct – what can you do? Validate your JS using JS Lint. What […]
About a year or so back Demitrious shot me over a link to something he thought looked pretty slick: jQuery TOOLS. I took a quick look but never did anything else with it because I had my old standbys in place for most of what jQuery TOOLS offered (overlays, tabs, tooltips, etc). What does jQuery […]
As you might have noticed – I took a week off from blogging in order to focus on something else – cleaning up Jappler.com. Over the past few months I have learned so much more about WordPress, web site optimization, and what I really used this web site for – so I decided I needed […]
I recently switched from using a gallery WordPress plugin called fGallery to something that is more elegant and updated: NextGen Gallery During this transition, I found a really cool lightbox-ish plugin called Lightview Plus which is more polished than your typical lightbox plugin. Example: You do not have to add in extra code to get […]
I have been busy this week with a few really cool projects – one of them to create a widget for any site that will show the latest news items from a RSS feed – while not limiting the widget to servers with PHP. After putting that together, I had to add inline CSS to […]
I have recently been asked to create a tabbed interface for a few projects which does not require any page reloading. I am familiar with working with the Yahoo! User Interface Library (YUI) and decided to use their tabview component to make this happen. What you need: Yahoo User Interface Library CSS HTML (View Source) […]
There have been two great menu and navigation techniques I have used over the last few years: Sliding Doors of CSS Sons of Suckerfish (for drop down menus) I have used both of these techniques on several web sites, but crazily not together…until a week ago when a client decided they wanted to move away […]