When I look around the web, most of the shadows I see are fuzzy grey boxes. It doesn't have to be this way, though! CSS gives us the tools to create rich, lush, lifelike shadows. In this tutorial, I'll show you how.
I still remember my excitement when I learned how to build a hover-triggered submenu with just CSS. (It was probably after reading this 2003 article from
JSON output must become the norm for application pipelining. Until then, jc can help.
How to make a shell script behave like a library
Replied to https://adhoc.systems/replies/indieforum (adhoc.systems) Yea that looks like a cool site! I hope it catches on, but we also have IndieNews and Indieweb.xyz and those have never really had huge usage. Yea I think showing the replies inline makes it more interesting than just an aggregator to me. I hope it might stimulate some blogchains […]
How to generate test data for PostgreSQL using SQL, PL/pgSQL, and Python
Sweet potatoes, any way you serve them, are yummy and very nutritious. They are one thing that you can plant in the garden from April until the first of...
A simple setup for configuring an Elixir project.
Ecto.Multi docs Helpful guide from Elixir School! We recently had some internal discussions about Ecto.Multis. One co-worker claimed to have never really understood them, another wrote an advanced blog post on them! I felt somewhere in between. So I thought I’d put together a primer outlining my
Every element I use for the basic structure of a HTML document, with explanations why.