This article is all about writing better jQuery code by using a technique called method chaining, made possible by jQuery’s fluent interface. So, yes, the title of this article is mostly a bad pun ( […]
Sometimes I write. Usually about things related to web development.
This tutorial will walk you through the concept of iconification — taking content on a page and applying CSS to transform it into a simplified, icon-sized preview of itself. Let’s dig into an example […]
I recently gave a lightning talk about the history of web browsers. 20 slides, auto-advancing, 5 minutes total. It starts with the release of the very first web browser by Sir Tim Berners-Lee in 1990 […]
Yep, this is my retrospective post for 2014. But first, let’s revisit my thoughts on 2013: Fuck 2013.— Will Boyd (@lonekorean) January 1, 2014 Yeah, 2013 was a rough year. 2014 was better. I left […]
There are several HTML tags that aren’t rendered on a page. Tags like <head>, <meta>, <script> — all very important, but browsers don’t display them. The interesting thing is […]