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Web Tech November Meetup

Wednesday, November 19th, 2008

Well ladies and Gents, looks like I will be doing another jQuery presentation at the Web Tech November Meetup at the “Investors United Baltimore Campus” on the 24th of November. The presentation will break from the normal jQuery presentations you see on the web and will be approached in the way I explain jQuery to […]

Better jQuery Code #2

Sunday, November 16th, 2008

In a follow up to my Better jQuery Code #1 post I will be writing about some other small items that I have found to make my code better and more readable. Chaining Chaining is one of the most beautiful and time save pieces of code structure that jQuery brought to the game, the problem […]

Better jQuery Code #1

Saturday, November 15th, 2008

I’ve been wanting to write some jQuery tips for a while now and just never know what to really say until I saw Marc Grabanski’s 5 Tips for Better jQuery Code.  Although I have tips, I don’t think I have any that are Earth shattering or ones that I can rank higher then the other, […]

Learning from your mistakes

Wednesday, October 15th, 2008

credit: AdamNF Imagine this, you are a seasoned web developer and have encountered just about every situation as a developer.  Now imagine that an unseasoned developer, not quite under your care, stresses that something that is overly basic – as a seasoned developer it would be overly basic – can’t be done or require just […]

WordPress: Getting all post between two dates

Sunday, May 4th, 2008

Today I had a need to get all posts between to dates in WordPress, between now and a year ago. After searching and searching I could find the answer I needed. So I decided to just write the query myself which I have done many times before but not with WordPress’ database scheme.

Things I’ve Learned While building a WordPress Plugin

Friday, March 14th, 2008

After building my first few WordPress plugins I learned quite a few things that I just could not find good information on. So what I will be doing over a couple or so posts is explaining what the problem/issue was that I had and show you how I went about resolving the problem/issue.

So You Want More Tag Buttons for WordPress

Thursday, November 29th, 2007

If you are anything like me, you find using the Rich Text editor for Wordpress to be a bit daunting for any number of reason. For me, it is mainly when I go to add custom code and go back to the visual editor and it just disappears. Yes I know I can go in and hack the thing to get it to appreciate my code, but really, I find that to be to much work. Besides, I found a really nice alternative, Quicktags!

Gmail upgrades the chat feature, adds group chats and better emoticons

Thursday, November 29th, 2007

Not sure if you have noticed just yet, but Gmail has made changes to there chat feature, adding support for group chats and better emoticons. Just launched! Chat just got better with group chat and new emoticons. Group chat Chat with multiple people without multiple windows. Invite your friends to a group discussion. To start […]

Adding RSS feeds to the tip / sponsored link web clip Area in Gmail

Wednesday, November 28th, 2007

Here is a quick tip for adding rss feeds of your favorite sites to the tip / sponsored link / web clip area of Gmail. The area in question: We will do this by going to “Settings” which will be at the top right of the page.  Once there go to “Web Clips” and in […]


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