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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?

Everything I know about optimizing a WordPress install

I don’t mean to badmouth WordPress when I say this, but if you deploy a WordPress based site without optimizing your install you’re just asking for a slow site. Below is everything I know about optimizing a WordPress installation. It is by no means a list of everything you can do to optimize a server […]

March 31, 2010 | Web Design & Development | 7 comments

Safari 3 Beta

So, while the Safari 3 beta is nice in many ways, and showing much promise on Windows, I was disappointed to find out that it still required a trip to the terminal to turn on the Inspector element. So, if you want to check out elements in a page and how they’re styled open up […]

June 12, 2007 | Computers | Comments Off on Safari 3 Beta

Tabular image layouts in print and on the web

For a long time I’ve been lusting over a way to neatly arrange a block of images on paper the way it is so easy to do on screen. Or, at least, they way it has become so easy to do on screen. CSS actually opened the door to me finding a nice way to […]

March 28, 2006 | Web Design & Development | Comments Off on Tabular image layouts in print and on the web

Well, that was easy…

For a while here at work I’d been struggling with the best way to deliver content to Excel users so they could further manipulate or repurpose the data. The best thing I’d found had been to deliver an Excel content header on a tab deliniated string of data from the database. Well, in a stroke […]

February 3, 2006 | PHP Scripting | Comments Off on Well, that was easy…

HTML Formatting with TextEdit

I imagine that I’m not alone in my job duties of having to format long passages of text into html for inclusion in a web site. A lot of time can be wasted hand formatting lots of text with tables and lists. I was pretty surprised when I found that TextEdit in OS X 10.4 […]

December 7, 2005 | Web Design & Development | 3 comments

Text editors galore

This is a post spurred into existence by not being able to post my complete views in a comment box on Jon Hicks’ recent article about an ideal text editor for OS X (I hate to name drop but didn’t have much choice here). I’ve been wanting to write this for some time and his […]

September 11, 2005 | PHP Scripting | 6 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

Preparing for fully compliant XHTML

Well, I’m playing around with delivering actual xml content for xml aware browsers, or maybe I should say I’m playing around with delivering xml content to everybody but IE, and am realizing how much I don’t know about xhtml. So much changes in document structure it will take a while to find the right balance […]

July 11, 2005 | Web Design & Development | 1 comment