Square Search Boxes in WebKit
INPUT type of search is a nice semantic addition given to us under the HTML5 label. Unfortunately this element isn't ultra-stylable within WebKit. Here's a quick trick I've found to make
input[type=search] elements look like their basic text counterparts:
-webkit-appearance: textfield allows developers to use
input[type=search] elements that appear as a standard square
INPUT. This is especially useful when looking to add a border to your
attachEvent. Times have changed but there are still a few functions each developer should...
This is the hardest thing I've ever had to write, much less admit to myself. I've written resignation letters from jobs I've loved, I've ended relationships, I've failed at a host of tasks, and let myself down in my life. All of those feelings were very...
I recently received an email from a MooTools developer asking a great question about my LazyLoad class:
"I'm using your LazyLoad MooTools plugin (which is great, by the way). I have been trying to figure out how to modify it so that once an image scrolls into...
Comment previewing is an awesome addition to any blog. I've seen really simple comment previewing and some really complex comment previewing. The following is a tutorial on creating very basic comment previewing using MooTools.
You can set up your XHTML any way you'd like.