CodeBurner for Everyone v1.6
The latest version of CodeBurner is out now! Version 1.6 of our popular reference tool brings a host of improvements and upgrades, including support for Firefox 4, and the latest browser-compatibility data from the SitePoint Reference.
The Art of Accessibility
Some designers and developers object to having to cater for accessibility, and I could try to refute their arguments on the grounds of practical ethics. But there’s another way of looking at it, that’s perhaps more strongly resonant with the nature of the creative mind.
What’s The Best Date Format?
With such wide international and regional variation in how dates and times are represented, and so many different situations in which they’re needed — which is the best date/time format to use?
Counting with an Arbitrary Character Set
In this short post, James demonstrates a simple but highly-flexible technique for counting and performing arithmetic using any arbitrary character set, such as Greek, Cyrillic, or Klingon!
Why Aren’t Tooltips Triggered by The Keyboard?
In this post, James looks at tooltips, which all graphical user interfaces employ, and asks a simple question—why aren’t they triggered by the keyboard?
The Guilty Secrets of a Standards-Based Programmer
Do you ever wish that the life of a web developer could be simpler? That open standards really could make interoperable development as easy as writing for one browser? You’re not alone!
Scripting, Loading, and Irony
In a nostalgic mood, James looks back at when the DOMContentLoaded event first gained popularity, and notes how the problem it was intended to solve is starting to re-emerge from another source.