Stack Overflow is a brilliant resource for asking software development questions. There is a certain amount of etiquette you should follow though that isn’t immediately obvious to new users. This article tries to clear this up so you can get down to asking great questions and helping the site, the industry and the web grow.
Two years have passed since I posted my first article on the blog. I wanted to look back and reflect on both blogging and life in the last year.
I created several SQL data sanitisation script templates that can be used to obfuscate data.
Seriously, stop sniffing user agents. It’s hurting web compatibility and causing headaches for both users and browser vendors. Here’s why and what you should be doing instead.
CSS preprocessors like LESS, Sass and Stylus have come a long way in the short period of time they’ve been around, and they aren’t going anywhere. If you haven’t looked into them yet, now is as good time as any to get into them! Here’s why.
So Google+ dropped an update on us yesterday which allows full-sized image previews and descriptions for page shares! No longer will you have to share images and include a link to get more presence on Google+ feeds. This article will tell you how to get them up on your site!
East-Asian languages are a bit of a mess on the internet for a number of reasons, such as browser implementation, the presence of system fonts and web developers neglecting to address the issue on their side. This article dives deep into how languages work on the web and the problems that can occur.
This article looks at how to implement for loops in LESS, which is harder than it would seem unfortunately.