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Tools for web development


Published on April 5th, 2009
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So, I thought it would be useful to give other web developers an idea of the tools I use when building websites:
Firefox Add-ons
I use several add-ons for Firefox to make my life easier:
Firebug
Undoubtedly the most useful plugin for checking and editing styles on all the elements in the DOM, Firebug is indispensable for quickly discovering [...]

Roundup Timelog and Priority Colours


Published on February 13th, 2009
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Yesterday’s post is really just a prelude to this bit of code I wanted to release. In the customisation docs of Roundup is a guide to add a time logging. As a freelancer it is important for me to log the time I spend on various tasks, and I’m sure other people would like this [...]

A new blog, and how to hide text with CSS


Published on February 8th, 2009
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What’s this, another blog? Just what the Internet needs! Please forgive me while I create a decent theme.
In the mean time here’s something that’s useful: How to hide text using CSS while maintaining accessibility . This is something I come across quite frequently: a design specifies that there should be a lovely header image with [...]