Facebook has introduced a few Easter Eggs in the language settings that I haven’t foreseen until recently. I don’t really bother going to the language settings but I did find a few interesting languages you can play with.
One of the most common mistakes when using jQuery is that we forget to load the jQuery library before the jQuery script (whatever script you are working on). How do our jQuery scripts work if we don’t load the fundamentals right?
Login to Tumblr, goto preferences, customize your blog, and under Appearance you will see a field to put your Disqus Shortname like shown below.
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Okay so I discovered this little trick a couple of months back with Google Chrome’s bookmarks bar which may or may not be something that’s worth sharing.. who knows maybe it’s just common sense.. but I sure felt like a genius when I discovered it.
I really don’t see why people are purposely doing z-index: 99999 for the highest priority layer when you have like what.. 20 division layers?! who comes up with these numbers anyways?!
Optimize your HTML using Expression Web is pretty simple. I do it to all my files because it’s a great way to save bandwidth and also helps a tiny bit on the user’s end.
Favicons are a great way to include a 16x16 pixels icon to your website. Almost all modern websites now include this, it’s a neat little feature that browsers have so why not take advantage of it.
Many “unlimited” hosting plans are a joke. Believe me, I’ve tried them and it all ties down to how much resources you are using. If you have 1~3 websites that generate around 100 visitors a day, then maybe unlimited hosting plans are right for you because it won’t ever go pass the CPU usage limit that they keep in their fine print (TOS).