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  • Subinkrishna Gopi 10:43 am on August 24, 2012 Permalink |
    Tags: , html, , jquery, , ,   

    Today’s read: Useful jQuery Function Demos For Your Projects 

    Smashing Magazine

    This one is a real good one. This article from Smashing Magazine gives you a very high level view of what jQuery can do. A real good starter for those who want to try out the possibilities of jQuery in their projects.

    Every aspiring Web developer should know about the power of JavaScript and how it can be used to enhance the ways in which people see and interact with Web pages. Fortunately, to help us be more productive, we can use the power of JavaScript libraries, and in this article we will take a good look at jQuery in action.

    Source: Smashing Magazine / Useful jQuery Function Demos For Your Projects

    Have a good read and make your hands dirty.

  • Subinkrishna Gopi 10:32 am on February 18, 2009 Permalink |
    Tags: , , html, , photography, , ,   

    Today’s read: noobr 


    noobrThe Ultimate Resource for noobs. Always – is an aggregator with daily updates of design trends, great design portfolios, young design bloods, photography, fashion etc.

    This is a very new venture and in its early stages. I got the reference from Smashing Magazine. And it is very much like smashingmagazine.com but far behind in terms of content and it’s quality.

    In noobr, there are a couple of links for the “serious” blogger.
    10 excellent WordPress themes (premium)
    12 free WordPress themes (premium)

    Have a nice read.

  • Subinkrishna Gopi 3:28 pm on February 16, 2009 Permalink |
    Tags: , , html, , , ,   

    Tip: How to handle broken images in HTML 

    I found this small but very good article in phpied.com by Stoyan StefanovTwitter page. The article tells about handling broken images in a web page, especially when we dont have control over what we load in our page.

    I know, you don’t have broken images on your site, it’s unprofessional and ugly. But sometimes you may be loading images that you don’t control and you never know what’s going on on the other server you’re expecting to serve, but it may not feel up to the task.

    One nice and simple strategy to deal with this uncertainty is to hide the images that fail to load. Browsers sent an “error” event when the worst happens and an image fails for whatever reason. Subscribe to this event using your favorite event-listener-attaching approach or library and hide the image.

    The solution is very simple.

    <img src="broken.png"

    Read the article here

    • ganu 7:29 pm on February 16, 2009 Permalink

      wow, nice post, I was looking for this.

      one more thing, how you have enabled this syntax highlighting in your blog. ??
      I in ???.wordpress.com sites this syntax highlight is not possible, or this is teme specific.

    • Subinkrishna G 9:21 am on February 17, 2009 Permalink

      Hey Ankur! Good to hear from you man. WordPress won’t allow us to put Javascript, but they have something called “short codes”, using which we can do lot of things. Check this post: https://javabeanz.wordpress.com/2009/02/05/a-small-wordpress-stuff-shortcode/

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