Today I join the throngs of folks displaying their displeasure with Twitter’s new terms of logo use by intentionally breaking the rules. (In as silly a way as possible, of course.)

As you have noticed by now, my blog has been largely neglected for some time. This is due in part to Twitter, which has become my medium of choice through which to voice my thoughts as of late. One of the things which has bothered me about Twitter, however, is the fact that I did [...]

One of the more common ways to interact with a Web site is via a select element. Commonly referred to as a “drop-down,” a select element is a multiple-choice form element. Select elements are an essential part of many forms and are commonly used to select your state or province, delivery method, and other choices [...]

Have you ever tried to edit some else’s CSS code? If you have, you’re likely familiar with the inevitable frustration of trying to figure out what attributes are defined where. While the Firebug plug-in for Firefox has been a God-send in this regard, it doesn’t solve the problem. The problem is that most folks simply [...]

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