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Forcing my style onto input type=search

I’m currently working on the UI design for system to be used by a big New Zealand Government Department.

By | May 3rd, 2012|Front end development|1 Comment

Find that Robot!

Last night Philip and I released our new pet project "Find that Robot". It's a small online maps game where the goal is to find the little robot figure at various movie locations around the world. It's been a fun project to work on giving us a chance to play with new technology - the [...]

By | August 22nd, 2011|Front end development, Tech Blog|0 Comments

Fixing your HTML email layout on iPhone and iPad

Finding that your html layouts are fine in all clients except on your iPhone? This may be due to text size. The iPhone and iPad mail client only display text at 13px or higher. If you have specified a lower value than this, the text will be displayed at 13px. It seems that [...]

By | May 12th, 2011|Front end development, Tech Blog|7 Comments

Validating your Twitter badge HTML

I recently added a Twitter badge to my personal website to show my latest Twitter updates. When I went to validate the HTML through W3C, I received an error saying that a <ul> tag was not closed. This is easy to fix, all you need to do is add some empty <li></li> tags like below: [...]

By | May 8th, 2009|Front end development|0 Comments

Compare plugin for Notepad++

Often when I don't have access to Visual Studio, I use Notepad++ to edit code - particularly HTML and CSS files. Today I found a fantastic plugin called 'Compare' that allows me to compare the differences between two files in Notepad++ without having to use an external program. This can be downloaded here: Download Notepad++ [...]

By | April 22nd, 2009|Front end development, Uncategorized|4 Comments