CSS 4* support for various selectors pops up like weeds on various browsers. But I just learned CSS 3, you say? Welcome to development, where you can never stop learning. Front and center is the move to greatly increase the power and versatility selectors. While selectors have been with us since some of the earliest(…)
This category encompasses a variety of code snippets and techniques in the various programming and scripting languages I use.
One of the defining elements of HTML5 was the further evolution and creation of tags/containers as information structuring elements. Although some form of these have been with us for years in one form or another, the growing need was pushed off into the generic DIVs with a class/id added to distinguish it. With HTML5 proper,(…)
I have a firm belief, which I’m sure I share with many other writers and coders, regarding text creation/editing. Since the primary goal is to create, edit and modify text, the more often you have to take your hands off the keyboard, the less efficient you are. Since Sublime Text is my favorite code/text editor,(…)
I usually skip right over the transcripts section of Lynda.com tutorials, so this may have been part of their updated interface for a long time before I actually noticed it. Essentially, it appears they use some sort of timestamping on the video file along with a corresponding tagging of the transcript text in the body(…)