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Today I needed a solution to a problem, my designer had designed a fantastic category page for a clients eCommerce store, the category page featured rows of 5 products, which on firth thinking I thought I could get away with maybe 4 in a row or perhaps even 6 in a row. Unfortunately 4 meant […]

 

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!

 

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 […]

 

I have been working on a plugin for WordPress that implements AJAX for internal blog browsing. Today I proudly release this plugin for anyone with a WordPress blog or website to utilize. Features: Navigate the site with AJAX – Only required content is loaded into the page. While navigating the browsers address bar will update […]

 

Here’s a neat tool if you are looking to utilize CSS3’s new gradient backgrounds feature. It adopts a Photoshop like interface, making it super easy to generate custom gradients. This online tool also provides some backwards compatibility for IE although when I was checking it out radial gradients just appeared as vertical in IE which […]

 

So I’ve started a new job working for Raileasy, which is a train ticket sales company. My first job here is to work on a system called Eurostar, it will allow customers to book eurostar train travel tickets. One of the major features I have been working on is a feature which constantly checks all […]

 

07-06-2014 – Update! I have changed “$tabs.tabs(‘option’, ‘selected’).” to “$tabs.tabs(‘option’, ‘active’).” for the latest versions of jQuery, the old method is no longer reliable.   In this tutorial I’m going to talk you through using a great feature of jQuery UI called “tabs” with iFrame’s. Before we get to the actual guide let me first point […]

 

Today I have spent most of the day working on the new gallery feature for MCServer, it is working far better than my first vision. It’s Fantastic!! The way it will work is simple but requires some all-round modifications to MCServer. Firstly I will need to implement a new login system for the minecraft users, […]

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