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IE6 Support

Tuesday, March 24th, 2009

With the launch of Internet Explorer 8 last week there has been a good amount of talk for support for IE6. At my company we are currently discussing the best approach that will both keep the client happy at the same time forcing people to upgrade their expectations of a browser. Some thoughts have been […]

Developer Tools That Don’t Get Enough Love

Monday, December 8th, 2008

Jing The concept of Jing is the always-ready program that instantly captures and shares images and video…from your computer to anywhere. Why I think this tool should get more love? Ever needed to explain something over the phone to someone and they are just not getting it? So what do you do, you take a […]

Really Simple History: Ajax history and bookmarking library

Wednesday, December 3rd, 2008

For some time now I have been using Really Simple History for my applications that use a good amount of AJAX. RSH is exactly what it sounds like, it is a really simple way of adding history and bookmarking to your AJAXified apps.  To see it in action have a look at the Mason’s Graduate […]

Web Tech November Meetup Presentation

Tuesday, November 25th, 2008

Last night I had the opportunity to speak at the Web Tech November Meetup in Baltimore about jQuery.  I focused mainly on traversing since I believe once you fully grasp some of the built in jQuery traversing methods you can do just about anything using jQuery and do it easily. Preparations I spent about three […]

Slide in tab window using jQuery

Thursday, November 20th, 2008

Say you want to wanted to put little tabs – you know, the ones like what you get from a lawyer or a realestate again to point out important things – off the side of your page so that your users can click, bring that tab into view to see what important information you want […]

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, […]

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.

jQuery: Select what you want – part 2

Monday, November 26th, 2007

In my first post about jQuery Selectors call Select what you want, I went over some basic selectors that I use on a daily basis within a web based training framework I put together using jQuery. What I would like to cover are some of the situations I have ran into over the past year […]

jQuery: Select what you want – part 1

Sunday, November 25th, 2007

In an earlier post I wrote about what are the fastest basic selectors and found out some interesting stuff with regards to speed for some basic selectors. In this post I am going to go over some not-so-basic selectors. I am going to try not to repeat what Karl has said in his two posts, […]


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