I’m not too embarrassed to say it, but I was looking at my fingers when I was typing until I was a senior in highschool. I was sneaky with the keyboarding teacher. Over the past year or so, I’ve really been trying hard to learn to type faster and more efficiently.
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I worked up this idea after using some Facebook like buttons and the jScrollPane jQuery plugin. I’m a big fan of jScrollPane, but the iframes from the like buttons caused some unfortunate page flashing after document.ready fired.
I worked up this idea after using some Facebook like buttons and the jScrollPane jQuery plugin. I’m a big fan of jScrollPane, but the iframes from the like buttons caused some unfortunate page flashing after document.ready fired. Rendering the like buttons with FBML took even longer than the iframe method.
You can use this to delay large images, ads, iframes, or other beefy elements that don’t appear “above the fold” and are not essential to the initial presentation of your page. This can hurt the “SEO” value of content so be mindful of what you use it on.
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So I learned something TOTALLY COOL from a coworker today! I’m always excited about learning something new when it comes to coding.
I’ve frequently been in the situation where I’ve wanted to create a Switch statement while using
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If you are like me, you dip your hands into too many programing languages. Thankfully, there is an awesome app available that lets you store code snippets in groups. That app is Snippely. I’m a big fan of AIR apps and this is one of the best ones I’ve found.
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