This week I discovered another CSS3 test which I need to share with you all. By using CSS3 features such as border-radius, transforms and animations. The result is very impressive, and while a little jerky on my old macbook (most likely because the machine is pushing 4 years old) still does the job.
I’ve just found out that Portal has been made free until May 24th. Better still, it’s for PC and Mac.
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Adding facebook like to an InVision forums template turned out to be very easy, but it did take me over an hour to work out how. As a result I thought it best to share this code sample to save others hours of google’ing for the answer or banging their head against the table for as long as I did.
Initially I thought it would be as easy to add a short block of PHP to a template file so I tried to use:
<iframe src="http://www.facebook.com/plugins/like.php?href=<?php echo urlencode('http://' . $_SERVER['HTTP_HOST'] . $_SERVER['REQUEST_URI']) ?>&layout=standard&show_faces=false&width=450&action=like&font=arial&colorscheme=light&height=80" scrolling="no" frameborder="0" style="border:none; overflow:hidden; width:450px; height:80px;" allowTransparency="true"></iframe>
Since my post the other day on A simple way to correct the hostname for your website I’ve been thinking about ways to do the same in other languages so I thought I should share my findings with you. I’ll only cover the most common web languages and methods, but if you think I’ve missed any out then add them in the comment section below for the benefit of others.
Continue reading Easy ways to create a 301 redirect in code
Last week I posted a Vi Help Sheet I discovered on Smashing Magazine by Liquidicity, and this week they’ve released one for CSS2 and CSS3. Both are worth downloading and using for reference in my opinion. They are again, very clear and easy to read. They do not cover all CSS properties, simply because there are too many to fit onto 2 A4 sheets, but then contain most of the important ones.
There are several ways to force the correct hostname on a website. Normally this is done with mod_rewrite within the vhost or within the .htaccess file (if allowed). However there is a very simple way to do it with PHP. All you need to do is check that the value of $_SERVER[‘HTTP_HOST’] matches the domain name you want your site to work under.
Today I found one of the nicest Vi Help Sheets I’ve seen in a long while. I came by this via Smashing Magazine and just had to include it on here. Most people who know me know I’m one of those odd developers would still does the bulk of their development work using VIm as I find the speed it offers unparalleled. Continue reading Vi Help Sheet (Liquidicity)