Often times, a design will call for separate areas within a page to have their own unique styles applied to them. Whether it’s a different background color, font size, or available space, editing those areas can be frustrating when the backend editor does not have those same styles. By default, ACF does not have the […]
I noticed a subtle but nice feature on the Google News main page recently. The left-hand navigation that has the various section headings remains fixed to the top left area as you scroll down but it does not overlap the top banner area. Also, if your browser window is too small to fit the entire […]
This snippet of code uses the .filter() function within jQuery to find all “li” elements that contain just the text “findthis”.
Recently a client wanted to have a user agreement added to an enrollment form. The catch was that I needed to confirm that the user had at least scrolled through the text before allowing them to continue on with the form submission. Once again, jQuery to the rescue!
It’s always worth looking up a function that you may be using heavily to see if there’s a faster way to call it. For example, getting and setting variables using the data() function within jQuery can vary greatly depending on how you call it. Here’s a site that compares the speed differences in various browsers: […]
Have a large .js file that you’d like to bring down to size? Check out the Google-hosted Closure compiler: http://closure-compiler.appspot.com/home It let’s you specify some basic rules for the compression as well as creates the actual resulting .js file if you don’t want to bother with copy/paste for the results.