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  • Poll:  How Many Domains Do You Own?

    If you're anything like me, you get hit with "great" ideas every 10 minutes. With the ecstatic feeling this new idea brings, you navigate to your domain registrar of choice to snatch up the clever domain that will surely make your "great" idea even more...

  • Making IE8 Emulate IE7

    As you probably know, Microsoft Internet Explorer 8 was "officially" released yesterday. If you were caught off guard by this and haven't had time to test your sites in IE8, don't lose sleep; you can make IE8 render pages like IE7 using a simple...

  • Update Your Twitter Status Remotely Using PHP

    The reason Twitter is so hugely popular is because their API allows for you to do almost anything. Here's how you can tweet remotely using PHP. The PHP That's it! Note that you may direct Twitter to return a XML or JSON response. Here's what...

  • JavaScript: The Good Parts

    I just wanted to give everyone a heads up that O'Reilly will be hosting a training session with JavaScript expert Douglas Crockford on March 30th in San Fransico. From the website: In this Master Class, JavaScript expert Douglas Crockford will scrape away the language’s bad...

  • MooTools, mediaboxAdvanced, and Mexico

    The lightbox is probably one of my favorite parts of the Web 2.0 revolution. No more having to open new windows (which can bog down your computer quite a bit) to see a larger image, video, etc. Instead, the item loads right into the...

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  • Prevent Your CSS and JavaScript Files From Being Cached

    Some websites use highly volatile, oft-changing CSS and JavaScript files. In the case of these files, it's important that the developer prevent browsers from caching them. How do we do that? By using a phantom querystring, of course. We'll use PHP to...

  • ¡Estoy en México!

    Hello all! I wont be posting until next Tuesday as I will be in Monterrey, Mexico for a few days. My beautiful girlfriend's cousin is getting married and I'm tagging along for the ride. I look forward to taking scores of...

  • Implement jQuery’s hover() Method in MooTools

    jQuery offers a quick event shortcut method called hover that accepts two functions that represent mouseover and mouseout actions. Here's how to implement that for MooTools Elements. The MooTools JavaScript We implement hover() which accepts to functions; one will be called on mouseenter and the other...

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  • jQuery Code Documentation Favelet

    My jQuery knowledge isn't quite to the level of my MooTools so I rely quite a bit on the jQuery documentation. When I look at articles with jQuery code in them, I'll periodically see functions I hadn't seen before and want to learn...

  • MooTools Class Creation Tips

    Writing MooTools classes can be a daunting task, even for a novice MooTools developer. Here are a few tips I've picked up along the way that will take your Moo plugin / class development to the next level. self = this Using the this keyword is essential...