Announcing Version 1.1 of CodeBurner: the Reference Tool for Firebug
A new version of the SitePoint Reference Tool for Firebug, formerly known as FireScope and now called CodeBurner, has been released. With added support for Firebug 1.4 and a range of other improvements, CodeBurner is an indispensable tool for web developers who write HTML and CSS. Upgrade now!
Developing CodeBurner — An Exercise in Exploratory Programming
When building CodeBurner, the new Firefox plugin that displays HTML and CSS reference information in the browser, James had very little documentation to rely upon. Luckily, Firebug is open source, so he could get the job done simply by doing a spot of exploring.
Introducing CodeBurner: the SitePoint HTML & CSS Reference Tool for Firebug
CodeBurner is a new Firefox addon from SitePoint that integrates HTML and CSS reference information with your web browser. Look up descriptions of CSS properties or HTML elements, browser compatibility charts, sample code, and more.
Techy Treasures #4: What’s inside a dollar function?
Techy Treasures #3: When is a mouseout not a mouseout?
I’ve had this little gadget in my toolbox for a while now, that I always find invaluable when I’m working with mouse events. It evaluates two event targets to determine whether one contains the other.
Techy Treasures #1: Feelin’ Empty
Techy Treasures is a new, regular feature where we’ll be publishing tips, tricks and code snippets for web developers. And to start with, a neat little function that checks whether a variable is empty, inspired by PHP’s function of the same name.
And to start with, a neat little function that checks whether a variable is…
Tagging is Not Just for Content
We all know what tags are in web terms, right? Well what if we extended the concept of tagging content, to include users with different levels of access, resulting in an infinitely extensible user access system. How else could tags be applied?
Using JSON for Language-independent Configuration Files
Regex Matching Attribute Selectors
Wouldn’t it be handy if you could use regular expressions in CSS to match classes or ids in your HTML code? It would make style sheets enormously powerful, more portable, and would consume less code.