Central repos for webfonts are probably one of the greatest things to happen to the visual web. Hundreds of fonts are now easily available to spice up your content. I’ve recently found a few nice nuggets for those that use Google’s webfonts, that I thought are worth sharing.
Author Archives: Joel Byrnes
When you search the web a lot, you start to feel the rough spots of the search engines. Working with a handful of different frameworks and languages requires to me visit a search engine several times a day. Whether I’m checking for the existence of some obscure PHP function or trying to figure out the […]
I’m working on a project that is requiring me to use SSL (to make a https connection) on my local installation of WAMP. After much searching and a couple tries, it appears that I finally got it working. This post should be useful to anyone who is trying to do the same.
Sometimes you will find yourself linking to documents from a page. Suppose you need to link to a PDF, an Excel spreadsheet, or a Microsoft Word document. I think that it is in good form to visually denote that these links will begin a download. In a lot of cases, these types of links look […]
Image via Wikipedia Once in a while, you are working on a project where you need a list of every country on this planet.
I seem to have a few sites running on WordPress now, as do 4 billion other people, but I ran into something today that should be a default setting – yet it isn’t. It has to do with pinging web services when you publish a new post on your blog.. And yes.. details after the […]
Image via CrunchBase So I’ve been using Adobe’s kuler when the need arises.. If you are unfamiliar with kuler, it is Adobe’s online color swatch scheme generator thing. It is a great tool / resource to find new colors and help you build color themes. @kuler, you can browse premade color palettes that were saved […]
First, a web development video that contains auto-tuning: A possibly quick idea for an autotune website that I will probably never create after the jump…
If you are still using the “old” code to display Google AdSense ads, there is a little know feature that allows you to change the colors dynamically. I have no idea what Google’s official stance on using this feature is, as they say that you cannot edit the code that they give you to paste […]
To keep others safe and happy while computing, I am keeping a list of free software that everyone should have on all of their computers.