I previously posted about using the
Semantically correct coding pays off in so many ways. Here we see some advantages of correctly coding label controls in conjunction with input [...]
I recently did some work for a friend who wanted to display a PDF on a website. Rather than display a link to download the PDF, or open it in a separate browser window (or tab), I used the
It took me a bit of searching to find this line of code to stop the Skype browser plug-in from automatically styling all the telephone numbers in your [...]
As more and more sites strive for standards-compliant code that passes validation, the developer now faces a conundrum: the once simple process of adding the _target attribute for links opening in a new browser window or tab will not [...]
I am usually really quick to share links to cool sites and utilities, but I am somehow hesitant to share this one… it is just too cool!
A “favicon” is the little icon that you will see appear in various places in your browser – if it is available it will replace the standard Firefox / [...]