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A client recently approached me wanting some fixes and improvements to his responsive website, his main problems were with mobile view of the website where things needed cleaning up and streamlining. While in the meeting he mentioned that another site was scrolling really nice in Safari on iPhone, but his site was sluggish and looked […]

 

Load css using jQuery so you can capture when the css has been loaded – working in all old and new browsers!

 

Today I have been messing with Google Minify for work, if you have not heard the term “minified” before, or if you have and wondered what it meant, then your probably wondering what it does? In a nutshell, minified code means code which has been stripped of it’s clean, tabbed, readability and crushed up into […]

 

Recently I have had a nightmare of a problem with an apparent rendering bug in IE7 + IE8 which had all the hallmarks of the “peakaboo bug”. Firstly, here is a quick explanation of my problem: AJAX fetches content into an element on the page, in ALL other browsers this content appears and works normally […]

 

Ok, so I thought this was not possible, but in fact it is possible for you to reference a custom font file for a website using CSS… Not only does it works for all the latest browsers, but you can also get it to work with out-dated browsers as far back as IE6!!! So I […]

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