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So, who likes that new Y! nav bar on Flickr?

Yeah, that’s what I thought. There’s a lot going on in the Flickr interface as it is. Adding a garish purple Yahoo! bar across the top just sends my eyes in to fits. So here’s a bit of CSS that’ll hide nav bar in its current incarnation:  body.with-eyebrow #eyebrow {   display: none;  }  body.with-eyebrow […]

July 13, 2013 | Computers | Comments Off on So, who likes that new Y! nav bar on Flickr?

Embed Google Video and YouTube – Now bigger and better

Well, technically smaller. This new version actually has less lines of code. See, I was trying to be a good boy when I first wrote the script. I tried to be fully DOM compliant and not use innerHTML as it is a non-standard function and has somewhat of a dubious reputation. Well. Screw it. IE […]

December 14, 2006 | Web Design & Development | Comments Off on Embed Google Video and YouTube – Now bigger and better

Safari, View Source and Character Encodings

I just hit an interesting snafu with Apple’s Safari browser. While correctly rendering special characters from a page that lacked a doctype and character encoding meta tag, I viewed the page’s source and noticed that Safari wasn’t rendering any special characters that it was rendering in the actual page view. With the help of the […]

October 5, 2006 | Web Design & Development | 4 comments

Browser Stats

As if it wasn’t a given, most of my hits come from Mac users. I hear a lot of rumblings around that points to Safari not being the browser of choice among many Mac users due to this bug or that bug but it still dominates my browser list. IE comes in at 3rd in […]

August 7, 2005 | Web Design & Development | 4 comments

IE 7: this is a little disappointing

The Internet Explorer 7 seems to be a basic functionality release. All the talk on the IE Blog about standards compatability didn’t seem to leak its way into this release. This version is actually seems worse than IE 6 at page rendering and compatability. The text to follow is a highly biased review (hey, I’m […]

July 28, 2005 | Web Design & Development | 4 comments