jQuery++. While jQuery has long proven itself to be a de facto, go-to library that makes your life exponentially easier, there are some things jQuery wasn’t designed to cover. Meet jQuery++. What I like about this project is that it digs deep. It’s primary focus is to provide low-level utilities not supported by jQuery and […]
Posted: June 05, 2012
Working with canvas – Some Background and Basics
Posted: March 23, 2009
Loving WebKit: The Web Inspector Redesign is Huge
The freshly redesigned Web Inspector is a huge change for WebKit, and it’s making the engine that much better.
Posted: October 06, 2008
Revisiting Progressive Enhancement in CSS
John Resig recently posted a bit on progressive CSS enhancement, which got me thinking a bit more about a post I wrote some time ago.
Posted: March 17, 2008
Web Standards Creativity Book Review
Web Standards Creativity is a great book put together by 10 of the most known Web designers and developers in the industry.
Posted: November 05, 2007
I was having a bit of an issue trying to create a new element via the DOM and provide it with a name. As it turns out, Internet Explorer doesn’t allow this to happen, but I was able to find an alternative solution that has worked out quite well.
Posted: September 24, 2007
Taking Conditional Comments Too Far
Posted: July 23, 2007
Is Manipulating the DOM for Presentation Acceptable?
Is manipulating the DOM to include extra markup needed to desired design elements acceptable?
Posted: July 09, 2007
Applying Progressive Enhancement to Your CSS
Posted: March 19, 2007
DOM Scripting – Book Review
DOM Scripting by Jeremy Keith is a great resource for any Web designer/developer.
Posted: January 15, 2007