Posts Tagged ‘javascript’:

Iterations in Less

Posted on December 11, 2012 by

Part of the beauty of Less and other CSS ‘compilers’ is to enable the author to automate tedious functions that normally must be coded by hand. Suppose you needed several classes that specified padding/margins: .mRight50{margin-right:50px} .mLeft50{margin-left:50px} .pRight50{padding-right:50px} .pLeft50{padding-left:50px} .mRight25{margin-right:25px} .mLeft25{margin-left:25px} .pRight25{padding-right:25px} .pLeft25{padding-left:25px} No big deal, right? It wouldn’t take that long to type in; just […]

Find Something You Like and Dissect It

Posted on September 20, 2012 by

I’m always on the lookout for a new technique or Better Mousetrap. I admit I don’t know all that much, so I’m happy to learn. I was playing around with Wikify @ appointment.net (a nifty tool that goes through a block of text and ‘wikifies’ it–that is, links all the words it can find to relavant […]