JSON and JavaScript formatting

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I’ve recently been working on a large project that required a lot of JSONP encoding and parsing. To be honest its been a bit of a nightmare because of one simple problem. the formating that JSON spits out onto the …
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JSON and JavaScript formatting

jQuery Event Delegation

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When I first started using jQuery to make AJAX requests event delegation always caught me out as I never understood what it was or how to use it. If you’re manipulating the DOM you will surely come across the problem …
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jQuery Event Delegation

How to create a jQuery category drop down

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Every couple of weeks I seem to find myself checking 9rules.com to see if they’re accepting new submissions as I’d like to submit this site. Any how on this occasion I couldn’t help but notice the browse by community section …
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How to create a jQuery category drop down

Pretty CSS3 buttons

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I’ve come across quite a few sites that explain how to create flexible CSS3 buttons but i’ve never really spent the time to implement one until i found a great little write up courtesy of the guys over at the …
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Pretty CSS3 buttons

Useful .htaccess techniques

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I wrote a post mid last year about protecting your site images from being hotlinked as I found a site that had word for word scrapped one of my blog posts, you can see the post here, and I really …
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Useful .htaccess techniques

How PHP helped me solve the Rubik’s cube

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I was set a challenge last week to complete a Rubik’s cube after tinkering with one by a colleagues desk and managing to get a complete line of matching colours with little effort. In the past i’ve never fully understood …
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How PHP helped me solve the Rubik’s cube

Translate your site in 52 languages

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Is your site reaching audiences that would probably rather content in their native language? we’ll there’s a simple solution which models itself on the popular social sharing site AddThis. TranslateThis developed by Jon Raasch, a front-end web programmer from Portland, …
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Translate your site in 52 languages




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