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That -webkit- prefix talk

Over the last week I’ve been following a few peoples views  (PPK, Remy Sharp and Stef. Sullivan Rewis mainly) on Microsoft, Mozilla and Opera supporting -webkit- prefixes in their browers, here, here and here. Oh and on Twitter too. (This … Continue reading

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Features and enhancements wanted for jcountdown 1.5

As I am writing this post, I’m working on version 1.4.1 of my jCountdown jQuery plugin. I’m now looking for ideas for 1.5. This can be enhancements to existing functionality or new new features. I am already working on a … Continue reading

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CSS Level 4 Selectors in depth

On the 29th September, CSSWG published its first draft of CSS Selectors Level 4. This means CSS4 is being worked on already! Whats new? Below is a quick overview of all the new features in CSS Selectors Level 4 (Including … Continue reading

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Latest browsers you should support

A lot of people are unsure which browsers they should support. So I thought I’d come up with a list of browsers along with any betas/alphas/PP’s people might want to support. The Betas and Alphas are optional but are good … Continue reading

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The Yepnope conditional loader

Introduction I’ve been quite interested in this for a while, so now I thought I’d write about Yepnope. For anyone that doesn’t know what Yepnope is: “yepnope is an asynchronous conditional resource loader that’s super-fast, and allows you to load … Continue reading

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JavaScripts missing attribute, media

Over the last few weeks I’ve been writing a jQuery plugin called jMedia when I got a free moment, for allowing the media attribute on script elements and also using the @import rule. As you may already know this rule … Continue reading

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Simple Class in Processing.js

I’ve been having a tinker with Processing JS now that version 1.1 has been released, one of the many great JavaScript tools by John Resig. For anyone that doesn’t know about Processing JS it is a JavaScript port of Processing, … Continue reading

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Using Forms with multiple Submit Buttons and jQuery Events

I was creating a HTML Form for Saving / Deleting information, and the best way for me to do it was to have one HTML Form with two input submit buttons, something like: To add some validation into the mix … Continue reading

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Deferreds in jQuery 1.5

Since jQuery 1.5 came out I’ve been using it quite a bit. Some of the new features include $.sub and the new $.ajax module, but one of the most interesting new features of jQuery 1.5 is the $.Deferred object. With … Continue reading

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Border Radius cssHook with Internet Explorer support

The Border radius jQuery cssHook I created here got a little interest, so I thought I’d explaining what it was doing and how it works. The cssHook checks to see if the browser supports border radius. If the browser doesn’t … Continue reading

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