tab-size property takes an integer value representing the number of spaces a tab represents:
/* 4 spaces per tab */
/* No indentation */
As you can see, you could even remove indentation all together. Not recommended but possible.
I love this property as it's especially useful for code-heavy blogs, though it doesn't have much use outside of that.
One of my favorite social APIs was the Open Graph API adopted by Facebook. Adding just a few META tags to each page allowed links to my article to be styled and presented the way I wanted them to, giving me a bit of control...
One of the more impressive MooTools plugins to hit the Forge recently was The Wall by Marco Dell'Anna. The Wall creates an endless grid of elements which can be grabbed and dragged, fading in elements as they are encountered. Let me show...
AJAX has become a huge part of the modern web and that wont change in the foreseeable future. MooTools has made AJAX so simple that a rookie developer can get their dynamic pages working in no time.
Step 1: The XHTML
Here we define two links...