From start to finish, this quick tip with Andrew Chalkley will take you through an example using jQuery’s Smooth Scrolling on a FAQ page.
A vanity URL is a search engine optimized (SEO) URL. Instead of having a meaningless URL like http://storeofthefuture.com/products/2015 wouldn’t http://storeofthefuture.com/products/hoverboard be better and more meaningful? It’s fairly straightforward to make URLs nicer in Rails. I’ll walk you through the process. …Continue reading
Opera adopting WebKit is one of the best pieces of news I’ve heard in a while. WebKit has been an exceptional HTML rendering engine, and as a web professional it’s been a delight to work with. But is it all …Continue reading
What is Sass? Sass stands for Syntactically Awesome Stylesheets Sass, and was created by Hampton Catlin. It’s a way to simplify your CSS workflow, making development and maintenance tasks easier. For instance, have you ever had to do a find-and-replace …Continue reading
The term AJAX describes a methodology of loading data dynamically on a page without loading a new page. The browser makes a request that’s in the background, then a success or error callback is triggered when the request completes. The …Continue reading
Our goal is to build a “three line” or “3 line” (☰) menu for a responsive website. We want to do this without adding additional markup to the page. Any additional markup we want to include must be added dynamically. …Continue reading
jQuery’s core functionality has a whole host of cool things to explore. jQuery allows you to manipulate HTML elements, transverse around the document, add event listeners (e.g. when you click on an element), perform AJAX requests and effects. If you …Continue reading