There’s not much to say about this one. This is a ridiculously simple animated jQuery progress bar. Check out the sample to see it. You can stylize it quite a bit using CSS if you’re clever. Check it out on github
Just as a little experiment, I checked to see if I could use jQuery to bring back the <blink> tag. Thank goodness, the answer is “yes”. Here it is in all of its glory. Check it out on github Welcome to my webpage from 1996!
A History Lesson In case it wasn’t obvious, I’m the author of the iMinistries Church Website Content Management System (CMS), a web site CMS specifically designed to meet the needs and budgets of churches and ministries. Our product is over 7 years old. It has taken several twists and turns along the way, thanks mostly […]
Reading all of these made me feel better about my job. These aren’t my own inventions, but I think every Software Development Manager should know these. Anecdotally, I’d like to affirm the lot. My favorite two of all that I’ve read are Brooks’ Law and the 1/6 Rule. Brooks’s Law – Adding manpower to a […]
Created this plug-in to automatically resize an image based on a maximum width and height. It will scale the image to the correct proportions. In my application, I used Paul Irish’s imagesLoaded plug in with this to make sure the images were fully loaded before I resized them. Feel free to use this yourself as […]
I did a few searches to find the answer to this question, “If CSS top and bottom properties are both specified, which one wins?” Since I couldn’t find the answer, I ran the simple test. But, just in case someone else runs the same search, here’s the answer: top wins! Here’s the proof. The following […]
I was looking for a super simple accordion plug in that had the following attributes: Had simple HTML markup Did not require a big, extensive stylesheet and images Could be created simply by markup Didn’t find it right away so I created one myself. It is really simple, but it does everything I needed it […]