Tag Archives: html

Hacking Pin It Button

Pinterest offers a user friendly Pin It button generator. Unfortunately, they don’t really let web developers to modify the look of it. It is getting problematic in a situation when we insert few social media buttons horizontally next to each other and we realize that they have slightly different height. I faced this issue working

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FLA to HTML with Wallaby

Adobe released Wallaby, a tool that was first previewed last fall at Adobe’s Max 2010 developer conference. Wallaby is the code name for an experimental Flash-to-HTML 5 converter available via Adobe Labs (the site with featured Adobe’s beta technology). Wallaby, is a tool that allows to convert Flash output (FLA files) to HTML5 via a

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Superscript and Subscript at the Same Place (html)

One can display mathematical formulas in plain HTML 4.0 on both Mac OS and MS Windows. You can read more about that here. Unfortunately, there is not any tag which can place the characters on top of each other. To achieve it we have to use few lines of CSS and HTML code. Below the

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Javascript Change Font Size

We are working on a website with a dynamic font size functionality. Do you know that this so useful functionality costs only two lines of code? If you consider the need of people to see larger fonts on your website you can use JavaScript code crated by our web developer. Change Font Size with Javascript

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Web Developer’s Journal: CSS Reset

Web designers and web designers around the world are struggling with a cross-browser compatibility. To make web development process easier, experts have created something called CSS Reset. CSS reset is implemented in order to normalize most of the margin and padding-related differences across different browsers. This is a starting point for each HTML/CSS job. An

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