There are still a few bugs to iron out and it’s only been tested for iPad and Chrome, but this site is now fully responsive for all screen sizes. If you’re on a desktop, go ahead and resize that browser window and watch the magic happen.
A few projects I’m working on need to be able to send emails through the website, and since I develop everything locally, I need to be able to send emails from localhost. My searching on how to do this (remember, I’m a front-end developer!) lead me to this amazing postfix email set-up tutorial. Enjoy!
I made a spreadsheet in google that will take a search term and search it in all the nearby cities on craigslist and dynamically output all the results in the spreadsheet using importXML queries. You have to specify which three-letter category you want to search for. Like furniture (fua), cars by owner (cto), musical instruments […]
The title is a mouthful, but it’s true. A client needed a timer from a WordPress plug-in to be displayed multiple times on a page, but the plug-in didn’t allow for multiple instances on the page. I tried to do a few workarounds by hacking (or just trying to make it do things it wasn’t […]
Oh man. My life just got a little easier thanks to the folks over at CSS3 PIE. Now I don’t have to make three images, line them up with empty div>s and work out odd padding/width math just to get a rounded border and a drop shadow in IE 6-8. Thanks CSS3 PIE.
I needed a solution for making an entire list element click-able, not just the anchor text. At the site I made for the Kirksville Brewfest, the entire background color of the list element on the enter page/style changed color, making the user think they could click on it, but only the text was click-able. The solution […]
I’m redesigning the website for a Mindfulness Practice Center in New Hampshire, Morning Sun Community, and ran into an issue where I didn’t want the Title on the WordPress page to show if there was a featured image. The layout looks cleaner without the title there (although they opted to have the title appear anyways). […]