Here is the CSS I’m using for my WordPress blog to improve the way Gists look. UPDATE 4/2016 – There used to be a major post here with a Gist, but I recently discovered GitHub improved their CSS making my … Continue reading
Tag Archives: webdev
Recently implemented a Captcha field on a signup page. So, to start with I looked around for a good plugin to handle this. ReCaptcha was the first one that popped up. ReCaptcha does support themeing, which is nice since the … Continue reading
AngularJS makes everything else look obsolete. I’m looking at you Backbone and Ember… It is one of those things where in hindsight the approach appears obvious because it is so elegant. However it took the web a good 15 years … Continue reading
There are many developer oriented tools out there for testing web site performance. Many are free (free as in beer), some are open source (free as in speech), and a few are also subscription based. If you are not using … Continue reading
Pngout is a free command line utility for compressing png files without any loss in image quality. Pngout compresses PNG files really really well (10-30% savings is typical). That translates into real dollars in terms of storage and bandwidth for large … Continue reading
I’m currently working on responsive websites that support not only desktop browsers, but also Android and iOS – at any resolution. Testing becomes quite a task when it comes time to stop writing new features and preparing to check in. … Continue reading
Just posted this CSS Responsive Design testing tool. You can enter your site’s URL and it will render it at a variety of resolutions. Enjoy!