Amazon.Com WHOIS = WTF?
I was doing some research on domains and WHOIS information today when I stumbled upon a peculiar results for Amazon.Com. Take a look at the server name in the image below.
This is clearly not the name of Amazon's server, but I have no idea how this comes about. This site found the same thing and mentions that "The response back was any domain with Amazon.com in the name." Not the most precise of answers but what an odd thing to stumble upon.
One event that's always been lacking within the document is a signal for when the user is looking at a given tab, or another tab. When does the user switch off our site to look at something else? When do they come back?
My trip to Mozilla Summit 2013 was incredible. I've spent so much time focusing on my project that I had lost sight of all of the great work Mozillians were putting out. MozSummit provided the perfect reminder of how brilliant my colleagues are and how much...
If you follow me on Twitter, you saw me rage about trying to make
position: absolute work within a
TD element or
display: table-cell element. Chrome? Check. Internet Explorer? Check. Firefox? Ugh, FML. I tinkered in the console...and cussed. I did some researched...and I...
Last week we created a very simple MooTools slideshow script. The script was very primitive: no events and no next/previous controls -- just cross-fading between images. This tutorial will take the previous slideshow script a step further by:
Adding "Next" and "Previous" controls.