Parsing PHP in CSS October 1st, 2008 @ 5:09 pm PST
Dynamically process your css scripts
MTV Redesign April 29th, 2007 @ 11:08 am PST
MTV completely redesigned their site. They switched from all-Flash to (gasp!) all-HTML. Brilliant.
Pop-Up Windows May 24th, 2002 @ 10:07 am PST
Use Eric’s Popup window Generator to easily add popup windows to your site! The windows are activated by clicking on a link, and can be fine tuned in every aspect, such as dimensions, scrollbars, toolbar etc. Awesome tool.
Comment the Link May 24th, 2002 @ 9:54 am PST
Jason @ JPlay has written a great tutorial on how to add a user comment to the pop-up send-link hack. I’ve gotten multiple requests for this, so I’m sure it will interest many readers. Thanks, Jason!
Main Index Template May 10th, 2002 @ 2:46 am PST
The Additional Entry Text of this entry contains the complete contents of my MovableType Main Index Template for this blog. It might be interesting to you if you’re trying to learn how to do something I’ve done here. (Note that it is my ugliest template; I tend to do lots of testing and futzing with […]
Counters April 23rd, 2002 @ 1:25 pm PST
From Son of Web Pages That Suck: If you’ve got a “real” Web site, and by real I mean a site that gets real traffic, then you don’t need a counter on each page. Counters are not only unimpressive, they make you look like an amateur. Do you see a counter on any page at […]
Relative Widths and CSS April 20th, 2002 @ 7:03 am PST
“I’d love a proportional-width relative-positioning design for my weblog, but I’m too afraid of cross-browser compatability issues. I don’t want to spend more than a weekend figuring out how to get two columns to work in three browsers.” – Dan Sanderson I have to agree with Dan’s sentiment here. It’s a bear to get relative […]
MovableType Tips April 5th, 2002 @ 12:51 pm PST
[The girlie matters] has a cool collection of MovableType tips and tricks. Sadly, she is another blogger that for some reason doesn’t ping weblogs.com when she updates. I wish *everyone* with a blog would ping … it would make using blogTracker so much simpler …