Since Ubuntu 14.04.1 has just been released recently, I want to see if there’s anything improved in installing the w3c markup validator with it. The basic information is covered by Simply Testable here. But there’s some extra steps you need for the latest changes. So I’m just putting the extra steps along with the original […]
Just recently I noticed I can’t load GitHub on Safari and turns out it’s the SSL certificate causing the issue. However it doesn’t seem like it’s GitHub’s fault but rather it’s OS X’s new policy (introduced at 10.9.2?) Firefox is just working fine btw. It’s supposed to be fixed already as I’m using 10.9.4 now. […]
That might just save you some times – a CSS hexagon generator.
A nice of collection of shapes made with pure CSS. Very neat.
Yo app got hacked by college students after it’s reported having raise half million fund. The fame & the money surely do bring the attentions from all around.
Compressor.io is a new image compressor / optimizer for jpeg, png, gif, and even svg. It also has options to save the optimized image directly to Google Drive and Dropbox. Pretty neat.
Phonopaper is the coolest app so far. It takes photo from the waveform on paper and generates sound!
Here’s something you can configure with WordPress to cut down some database weight and more. Love the snippets to empty the trash though you might want to keep it. Read more at “Eight Useful Code Snippets for WordPress“.
CSS blend mode like Photoshop’s blend mode still has a long road ahead. Here’s a good read about CSS blend mode. And here is some teeth grinding math equations for some. Photoshop blend modes explained in depth.
Accessibility is a rather less respected area during a web build by many. But it does matter to build a better web despite all the crazy visual fuss dominating the wow effects. Read this article “Accessibility and Building a web for everyone because sometimes it’s not all about us”. More reads from W3C that may […]