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We recently had one of our designers create a table design for a client with alternating column colors. Instead of laughing at her and not coding it, we instead decided to use a little jQuery goodness to get it taken care of. We included the following code in our document’s head, using the Google jQuery […]

Firebug in IE

October 20, 2009 by

I’m Sean Sanders, one of the relatively new programmers here at T&S. Our former programmer Nick Little blogged previously about tools to help with web development, and one of those tools I find incredibly useful is the Firebug plugin for Firefox. There are some situations when having the ability to look at the CSS in […]

Disclosure: This post is for tech-inclined WordPress users, who like to code, or even do it out of necessity. If that doesn’t interest you at all, or you have no idea what I’m talking about, feel free to ignore this post. We’re big fans of WordPress around here. Unfortunately, many of WordPress’s functions directly print […]

No. Let me elaborate. Years ago, website were all about controling the user’s experience. Some sites went so far as to set up their site with a series of “Next Page” buttons instead of actual, usable navigation. Thanksfully, the web design industry has come a long way. In more modern times, we have come to […]

Drop down menus are one of the most useful tools in a website. They can make a big site very easy to navigate through. However, for the web developer they can seem like such a daunting task. This short tutorial can help anyone get started with a simple drop down. The drop down will work […]

Have you ever wanted to create rounded corners with alpha transparency, but didn’t think you could get it to work in IE6? Believe it or not, it can be done. It requires quite a bit of HTML, but this is a sacrifice that must be made in order for the alpha transparency to work. First, […]