Another piece on web trends for the company blog:
With a new year we continue to move forward in web technologies and browser support – allowing for us to push our creativity on the web further, and use tools and techniques that speed up our build process and streamline our code.
Continue reading “Web Development in 2016”
S7 Airlines wanted to encourage Russians to fly with them, so created an imagination machine using neurotechnology. Continue reading “S7 Airlines – The Imagination Machine”
First bit of new functionality work i’ve done in ModX for a longtime and I came unstuck by not being able to create any new template variables, due the the fact that ModX thought I had invalid characters in the variable title. Continue reading “ModX: Invalid Characters in a TV Name”
Having a bit of a quiet day so I decided to try something i’ve been meaning to have a go at for a while, ever since I saw the great CSS generated images on A Single Div.
I’m not quite at that level yet, but I had a pretty decent crack at recreating my squeezy foam tractor stress reliever using just CSS and a few divs. Continue reading “CSS Generated Images”
I was asked to write a few words for the company blog about web trends for 2015, here’s what i came up with: Continue reading “Which Web Trends Are Worth Talking About?”
Doing a new project that involves technology that various versions of IE can’t handle and I stumbled upon this great function on StackOverflow for detecting IE that works right up to IE11. Continue reading “Code: Detect IE”
I implemented JQueryUi’s accordion on a few sections of a recent project, styling up the headers and content from scratch so as to fit in with my site design. When it came to test the sections in IE7 however, the accordion simply displayed on the page as standard HTML h3’s and divs, as if the JQueryUI file had simply not been included in the page. Continue reading “If Your JQueryUI Is Broken in IE 7”
Adding a Date Of Birth field to a form using datepicker, i was surprised that although there are options to set yearRange, min/max Date etc, there isn’t an option to set the order the years appeared in the dropdown. Continue reading “JQuery UI Datepicker: Reverse Order of Year Range”