WeatherTab for Firefox
I ported my first Firefox extension, and I changed almost nothing to get it working.
CSS-only floating label
One of those nifty things Google did with the Material Design guidelines is include floating labels.
Introducing a “New Tab” Chrome extension.
I’ve been working on a search suggest box for a project. You know the type: you start typing in the search box, and a list of suggestions appears below it.
CSS Calendar Icon
Occasionally I’ll come across an image I’ll want to recreate in CSS. I don’t know why.
Animated volume icon
Just a little CSS tomfoolery.
Bootstrap responsive tables
I created a drop-in solution for supporting tables on small screens.
Speech bubbles with background images
As part of a project I’m working on, I wanted to have a speech bubble-like element with a custom background image.
Panel View for Keep 3.0
Here’s a new version of my Chrome extension, completely rewritten.
Using <pre> correctly
I got an email the other day, asking how to display code snippets in Cover. I felt that it deserved a blog post.
This major update to my WordPress theme adds plugin compatibility and some options.
Fun with pseudo-elements
This is totally a hack. But it works, and without modifying the markup output by the plugin.