Ever heard of OOCSS, a.k.a., object-oriented CSS? In this post, we’ll use object-oriented programming to create high performance, clean, reusable CSS — quit rebuilding the same styles and start reusing!
After three and a half adventure-filled years including a 195 mile move and a year in a trailer, I proposed. I had a grand plan for the proposal — instead it turned into a quaint camping trip, she still said yes!
No, this isn’t one of those bet I can guess your weight or age games you find at places like carnivals and Six Flags. I bet you I can guess your approximate address with HTML and reverse geocoding.
Front-enders won’t be the only ones to rejoice after reading this. I’m going to walk you through how to build a prettyfied cross-browser CSS-styled select lists.
The HTML5 Geolocation API is a powerful tool that allows developers to retrieve a user’s location information with a high degree of accuracy. Get and keep track of your users — with their consent of course.