The Truth About Blog Comments
As much as we all love the freedom that the internet provides us, it also breeds loudmouths with keyboard muscles. You spend an hour writing a blog post, some jackass spends 30 seconds glossing over it and bashing you. This image so perfectly represents an unfortunate minority of blog commenting:
Just something to keep in mind before you submit comments on any site; commenting negatively automatically discredits you. Instead, use a positive tone to voice your disagreement and provide a suitable solution or argument!
My team mate Edna Piranha is not only an awesome hacker; she's also a fantastic philosopher! Communication and online interactions is a subject that has kept her mind busy for a long time, and it has also resulted in a bunch of interesting experimental projects...
The jQuery homepage has a pretty suave tooltip-like effect as seen below:
Here's how to accomplish this same effect using Dojo.
The above HTML was taken directly from the jQuery homepage -- no changes.
The above CSS has been slightly modified to match the CSS rules already...
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?