Posted Monday, August 30, 2004 8:55:02 PM by Kim
Maybe this is a publicity stunt to draw a particularly desirable group to the fair city of Winnipeg, but you have to wonder if there will be any unintended consequences when you start handing out free crack pipe kits.
I think it's really considerate of them to give out chewing gum and lip balm along with the actual pipe. I don't know about you, but if I ever decide to develop a life-threatening drug addiction I'll be sure to head to Canada!
Category tags: On the Personal Side
Posted Monday, August 30, 2004 8:35:28 PM by Kim
The article at Personal Computing World gives a good overview, but Meryl also links to more in-depth articles for IT pros and developers. A good one stop source for more information on Service Pack 2 and how it may affect your work.
Category tags: Designing for the Web
Posted Monday, August 30, 2004 3:23:50 PM by Stephanie
On August 18th, I was thinking about color and trends and wrote some of my thoughts out over here. I asked a question in that entry like, "Should we start using pink in our web sites since it's gotten so popular in clothing?"
Seems others feel it is time. Look at this site I ran across today: Rapha - High Performance Roadwear. Interesting. And though pink is not one of my personal favorite colors and I've not bought any girlie pink clothes this year, I admit to liking the palette on this web site.
Posted Monday, August 30, 2004 9:09:11 AM by Stephanie
Recently I was talking about color and color psychology. Today, I ran across a site, from my Wise-Women list, that really shows this in the most creative way I've seen yet. If you're a visual person (or even if you just love Flash) check this site out.
It was created by Claudia Cortez as her Thesis for her Master of Fine Arts, Computer Graphics Design. I especially love the little "movies" that teach you about each color. Very visual, very easy to remember, and her graphics are really excellent. Take a look!
Posted Monday, August 30, 2004 3:59:17 AM by Paul R. Boon
- Undocumented Dreamweaver: Getting Snippets as a Collection of TreeNodes
- Undocumented Dreamweaver: A Completely Pointless API Call
- Undocumented Dreamweaver: Getting the Path of the Menus.xml file
- Undocumented Dreamweaver: Changing the Cursor During Time Consuming Code
- Undocumented Dreamweaver: Determining the Location of the All User Configuration Folder
A handy undocumented API call is available to those developers wanting to write extensions that deal with stylesheets.
getSelectorsDefinedInStylesheet('selector'), this API call is a child method of the Document Object, so once again a reference to a DOM is required.
getSelectorsDefinedInStylesheet('selector') does exactly as its name implies, it returns a array of selectors that match the type passed in as an attribute. The passed in attribute can be either 'class' or 'id'.
To get an array of the 'class' selectors we would use the following:
var classSelectors = dom.getSelectorsDefinedInStylesheet('class');
To get an array of 'id' selectors we would use the following:
var classSelectors = dom.getSelectorsDefinedInStylesheet('id');