Weekend Links – Firebug Extensions, Updating Firefox Extensions, jQuery Puzzles, Digg/Google Sale
The Fire Best Firebug Extensions
Firebug is a powerhouse in itself, but why not install some Firebug plugins to make it even more useful?
Updating Extensions for Firefox 3
Have a Firefox plugin that you want to use in the newest version, but it isn't officially up to snuff? Here's how you can bypass that problem.
jqPuzzle -- Customizable Sliding Puzzles Using jQuery
Have a picture you'd like to split into a puzzle? Try jqPuzzle, a jQuery puzzle.
Google Walks Away From Digg Deal
Simply put, I think Digg needs to sell fast before the site loses its prestige. And now they've lost a potential sale to Google.
5 Rules of Variable Naming
Amen to this system of variable naming. I agree with every one of these.
One of the web components I've always loved has been Facebook's modal dialog. This "lightbox" isn't like others: no dark overlay, no obnoxious animating to size, and it doesn't try to do "too much." With Facebook's dialog in mind, I've created LightFace: a Facebook lightbox...
CSS cubes really showcase what CSS has become over the years, evolving from simple color and dimension directives to a language capable of creating deep, creative visuals. Add animation and you've got something really neat. Unfortunately each CSS cube tutorial I've read is a bit...
Regardless of our position on vendor prefixes, we have to live with them and occasionally use them to make things work. These prefixes can be used in two formats: the CSS format (
-moz-, as in
-moz-element) and the JS format (
navigator.mozApps). The awesome X-Tag project has...
Hey everyone! Before we get started, I just want to say it's damn hard to pick this few favorites on CodePen. Not because, as a co-founder of CodePen, I feel like a dad picking which kid he likes best (RUDE). But because there is just so...