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Links 1 through 10 of 1110 Jeff Adams's Bookmarks

I've switched over to Pinboard for my future bookmarking need. No real reason, I just wanted to try it out. You can grab my RSS feed there if you are interested.

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Royalty-free vector icons, glyphs and symbols based on the Helvetica Bold typeface

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The click event fires when the user clicks on an element OR activates an element by other means (i.e. the keyboard). It is the most important JavaScript event. The other events on this page are strictly subsidiary.

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Handy little webapp that helps you create the initial code for a jQuery plugin

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Uh-Oh Spaghetti-O

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78 funny photography rules and useful advices created by latvian photographer Ivars Gravlejs

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One of the most annoying things about Mail.app application in Leopard is its paste with formatting feature.

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The clearfix hack — also known as the “Easy Clearing Hack” — is used to clear floated divisions (divs) without using structural markup. It is very effective in resolving layout issues and browser inconsistencies without the need to mix structure with presentation. Over the course of the past few years, I have taken note of several useful bits of information regarding the Easy Clear Method. In this article, I summarize these lessons learned and present a (slightly) enhanced version of the clearfix hack.

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It was Alex Walker who first posted a new, simpler solution, though he gives the credits for actually inventing it to Paul O'Brien. In any case, the solution seems to be: overflow with a width or heigh

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There are two popular approaches to positioning with CSS: float and absolute positioning. Both approaches have their pros and cons. My teammates and I have developed a new positioning approach that gives us the best of both worlds. After quite a bit of experimenting and testing, it’s time to share the technique with the rest of the world and see how we can work together to improve it. I’m calling it “faux absolute positioning” after the faux columns technique that simulates the presence of a column.

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