Archives for March 2007

Very Fancy Menus – CSS And JavaScript

Saw this and I was amazed: All done with CSS And JavaScript. The implementation is also brilliantly simple. And it all fits in 1.5KB. What's to lose? By the way, you can't tell by the image, but the image under that travel menu; it moves … [Read more...]

JavaScript Only Links, Why? Someone Tell Me Why, Please

Why We Might Need (Want) JavaScript Links Recently I stumbled upon a site that I haven't been to for a while: The design is nice and clean: a header image, with some gradients and colors that work together. But wait, where are all the … [Read more...]

Websites on Wide Screen – How The Other Half Lives

Back last year I posted about Fixed vs. Fluid Layouts and Screen Resolutions. I made reference to a friend of mine that I went to and saw how my site looks on his LCD Monitor. That was just a couple few hours, one experience. Everywhere else I go I … [Read more...]

Got My New PC

Today is one of the happiest days of my life. I finally got my new computer. Here is a quick break down of the specifications: AMD Athlon 64 X2 3600 256M Radeon X1300PRO GDDR2 PCI Express x16 Video Card KWORLD PCI … [Read more...]

How Do I Pick An AJAX Framework And Why Should I Care

This may be one of the most difficult things to consider when starting up with AJAX. There are a lot of AJAX Tutorials out there that give you good background information. And it's good to know what's going on behind the scenes, it really is, but … [Read more...]

No Computer No Posts

I know a lot of you might be wondering what's going on, but once again we're gonna have to take a short break. I recently sold off my old computer so right now I'm paying for internet access and I don't have a computer. OK, I'm not a total idiot. I … [Read more...]

AJAX File Upload, Not Really but Close Enough

Now we all should know how to upload file using ordinary forms right? This was great back in the day, but we've been pushing Web 2.0 for some time now and it only seems fitting that we find another way. Now there was SWFUpload, which is a beautiful … [Read more...]

The Top Five Technologies You Need to Know About In 2007

Courtesies of TechJunction I bring to you: The Top Five Technologies You Need to Know About in ‘07 Ruby on Rails - Faster, easier Web development NAND drives -Bye-bye, HDD? Ultra-Wideband -200x personal-area networking Hosted … [Read more...]