Ah, tags. What a great way to narrow down what you're looking for!
November 26, 2020I decided to create a page that talked about what I was training for, and provided a way for me to provide bits of commentary as the training plan unfolded. The result is a nice mix of Eleventy magic, a CSS-only toggle switch, and the checkbox hack.
October 25, 2020I read about static site generators like Hugo and Eleventy and saw the light. After some quick reads on comparing the leading contenders, I rolled up my sleeves with Eleventy.
May 28, 2020After being dedicated mountain pass holders, then Ikon pass holders, then nomads purchasing advance tickets, I thought it'd be cool to create a map-based way of discovering new ski resorts.
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- Building a Custom Cake Order Form with React 2019
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- Create a Custom Post Type in Wordpress with Database Content 2017
- Using CSS to Responsively Embed Vimeo on Wordpress 2017
- Using Handbrake to Optimize Movies for Uploading to Vimeo 2016
- Floating Footer Notification 2016
- Integrating Bounce.js with Angular.js 2015
- A Bookmarklet for Confining Google Search Results to a Specific URL 2014
- Use Bookmarklets to Access the Same Web Page in Different Environments 2014
- Creating a Variable-Width Modal Dialog Using Bootstrap 3 2013
- Counting down with jQuery or CSS3 (or, Puff the Magic Countdown) 2013
- Dot Matrix: Just for Fun 2013
- Simple CSS for Disabled Buttons 2013
- Sass versus LESS for CSS 2013
- Transforming an Entire Page with jQuery and CSS3 Scale Transforms 2013
- Three Methods for Creating Beveled Corners: CSS, CSS3 or jQuery 2012