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September 2nd, 2009

When I was a kid I tried to teach myself Latin using a program on the computer. After some minor mocking from my family, and life getting busier, I quit. Fast forward to present time, and I’m now a Web developer. As most developers and designers know, you don’t always have the [...]

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Displaying Ads After Selected Number of Posts In WordPress

April 27th, 2009

At wphacks.com, I found a solution for displaying ads after the first post only. I had thought about using it, as it would’ve worked fine for the project I needed it on. But, I decided to use a counter instead as I thought it would be more flexible. For instance, what if [...]

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PNG Transparency Solutions For IE6

April 27th, 2009

I’ve never really played around with PNG transparency because of IE6s lack of support. But, recently I wanted to use it on a project, and I knew there’s a Microsoft solution using AlphaImageLoader. So I gave it a try, and it worked fairly well. Until I went to click a link. [...]

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Why You Should Comment Your Code

March 22nd, 2009

I know at times when you’re in the middle of a project, buried deep in the guts of its code, it’s hard for you to imagine that you could forget what you were trying to do. You may think: “There’s no way I won’t remember what this function does. I spent x amount [...]

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Controlling the Textarea Tag In Safari

January 20th, 2009

If you’ve used Safari for any amount of time, there’s a good chance you’ve noticed it allows users to resize textarea sizes. This can be a cool feature, but not always a good one. It’s not likely to do any real harm, but it may break your layout. Of course, some could [...]

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