Archive for the ‘Web development’ Category
I was, a few weeks back, asked to review the book “PHP 5 Social Networking” by Michael Peacock. As I have partaken in development of several websites with both more and less social elements I found the book’s title and slogan interesting.
I’m the kind of guy who always tries to optimize my ways, especially when it comes programming. Over the last years I’ve worked on/against a multitude of CMS, frameworks and API’s, and quite often make some thoughts how things could be better, easier and more intuitive. One of these things are regarding how to format […]
In an effort to make it easier integratable to existing environments, I have now created a jQuery-plugin as well. Thanks to Mats as well for suggesting it! See the original blogpost – for information of the concept – or go straight to the demo-page or jquery-demo-page to watch it in action.
This article is about my solution to an issue/request mentioned in my “Usability-tips for your application (Part I)” regarding highlighting corresponding table-rows when keys are pressed.
Take a look at the demo-page and play a little around.
Some time ago when I was hired to refactor an existing CMS, I came across som nice pieces like this: <table border=”0″ width=”100%”> <tr> <td class=”h1″ align=”center”>Page-header<td> </tr> </table> Just gotta love it!