Tag Archives: CSS

JavaScript Pull-Quotes 2.0

The pull-quotes plugin has undergone some major rewriting in recent weeks. I released much of that as version 1.7 a few days ago. Over the weekend I added a few features, revamped the Settings interface for WordPress 2.5, gave it … Continue reading

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JavaScript Pull-Quotes plugin — bugfix version

Several users of my JavaScript Pull-Quotes plugin for WordPress have been having strange issues recently — header errors when publishing posts, for example. There have been a number of reports, but I have been unable to reproduce any of these … Continue reading

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HTML Tip: Cross-browser <sup> tags

If you’ve ever used the HTML <sup> tag on a web page, you’ve probably noticed that it has a tendency to do strange things in various browsers. The most common effect is that the line height of that one line … Continue reading

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JavaScript Pull-Quotes 1.6.6

A new version of the JavaScript Pull-Quotes plugin for WordPress is up. A user requested that i allow for an option to turn off the CSS links, so he could reduce HTTP requests by manually putting the CSS in his … Continue reading

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Dunce!

Been working on a few things lately, including the arduous process of moving into a new house. In the meantime, however, I’ve managed to knock out a new WordPress plugin I’ve (tentatively) decided to call “Dunce Cap”. Dunce Cap was … Continue reading

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Playground

You might have noticed that the new theme is a bit boring. I’ve been wanting to make a customized theme for this blog for a while. One of the problems was finding a good starting point, as starting from the … Continue reading

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JavaScript Pull-Quotes 1.5 — Coolness

I’m very excited about this new update, as I’ve just implemented a very cool new feature. The plugin now supports styles, similar to WordPress themes. The thing is now wide open for third parties to create CSS files — you … Continue reading

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CSS in Perspective

Someone has figured out a 3-D perspective dungeon using nothing but JavaScript and Cascading Style Sheets. Continue reading

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