I’m just wrapping up a 45+ hour WordPress project, and I’m in testing and refining mode, and lo and behold, iPads and iPhone browsers don’t want to display like the other browsers. When I test on the iOS browsers, I have text that’s partially hidden and has to be raised 70 pixels. The odd thing […]
Here’s my first foray into Web Apps with a jQuery Flickr search. I use a little bootstrap for widgets and a grid, jQuery to get the value of the input box and send that as a query to Flickr’s API.
Here’s a codepen/webpage I created as I taught myself a little Sass (SCSS to be exact)
Get started making websites now. This is a beginner-level video on how to get started making web pages. It begins with a template you can download and begin using now, and ends with a very simple biography page
Do I hear correctly? Is that the sound of millions of IE6 voices suddenly crying out in terror and being silenced?
I decided to turn my attention towards the usefulness of computational thinking around the home with my sock-sorting algorithm. Yes, you heard me right. Now, you can apply computational thinking to doing your laundry. But first, you might be wondering what I mean by computational thinking.
This post is intended for all OSU SuperQuest workshop participants, but I share the resources freely for all the world to see. I hope the notes make sense out of context.