Well, after a major Coda 2 crash where I lost some work (I was trying to indent a pasted block of text), I decided to go back to Sublime Text 2 for now. And, I found a plug-in to replicate one of the features that I like in Coda 2 – the ability for the […]
I have to say that Sublime Text 2, version $APP_PUBLIC_VERSION, is great!
One thing that I noticed when using Coda 2 is that the ‘Compare’ option did not seem to do anything. No message just… nothing. Someone on the Coda Users group had an answer. Apparently it is an issue with upgrading from xCode 4.2 to 4.3: Sounds like you need to update your machines Xcode path. […]
One of my biggest frustrations with BBEdit is its weak code coloring. Here is an example that I just ran into: At first I thought the issue was the two classes (left-col and archives). But that doesn’t seem to be it. So I thought maybe something else was wrong with the code and I tried […]
I recently purchased the book, From Photoshop to HTML from Jeffrey Way online in the hopes of getting some useful tips on building out clean HTML from PSD comps that I receive regularly from designers. I am familiar with Mr. Way’s work at the Nettuts site and have really enjoyed his video tutorials, especially his […]
I was recently working on a custom form validation callback for my CodeIgniter script. By default, one gets the field that you’re validating available in the callback function. For example, if I have the following form validation rule: $this->form_validation->set_rules(‘discountGlobal’, ‘Global Discount’, ‘trim|integer|max_length|xss_clean|prep_for_form|only_one_global_discount’); My custom callback is only_one_global_discount. I am not explicitly passing anything through to […]
To celebrate Wolfenstein 3D’s 20th anniversary, a browser version has been made available: http://wolfenstein.bethsoft.com/game/ It isn’t the most playable but it is really neat. I had some fun using Firebug in Firefox to explore the elements in the game and to tweak the CSS on individual elements. For example, I found that the Game Over […]
I was recently working with Google Analytics and discovered the Google Analytics Tracking Code Debugger. In the past, one of the biggest frustrations I had was that I would make a change and then have to wait until the next day to see if the changes worked. I guess that the time to see results […]