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Adding Tooltip to Timepicker Sliders

I had a timepicker user ask recently about adding a tooltip to the timepicker's sliders. Well I thought that may be a nice topic to touch on, as it can be a bit tricky, and potentially a bit of a hack. I opted to show you a quick hack solution …



Clientside Discussion

I keep seeing mention of a few "preprocessors" for javascript and css, including CoffeeScript, Sass, and Less. I personally don't see the need in these tools, but apparently they are all the rave at the moment. Essentially what these do is allow you to write in a more functional language …



Gedit Clientside Now with CSSLint

It only feels right to include a lint method for CSS since javascript has had support in the Gedit Clientside Plugin from the beginning. The latest commit over on Github now includes CSSLint through the nodejs hookup. Don't worry, if you had it working before all you need to do …



A Few New Colors, and Some Moo

I swapped out a couple dark colors here on the site for something a little lighter. I also made a transition from jQuery to Mootools, which wasn't much of a move as syntax highlighting and an Impromptu form were the only things I had going on here. It gave me …



Effective Example of CSS Media Queries

With the growing demand of mobile devices we must now take into consideration what the user is viewing a website with, and handle these situations appropriately. CSS in particular has some pretty handy methods to assist with this through media queries. You may have seen "@media" before, but did you …



Gedit Clientside Plugin gets Batch Minify Option

Since all the functionality was already in place it felt only right to add a batch option to the Gedit Clientside Plugin. This new "batch" option allows you to choose several javascript or css files to minify, and place into one file. Its pretty straight forward. From the Tools menu …



Gedit Clientside Plugin

For all of the gedit nuts out there (like myself) who develop css and javascript, I have created a gedit plugin just for you. The Gedit Clientside Plugin. This plugin can minify and beautify javascript and css. Also for javascript you jsLint is included. Finally for good measure, I threw …



Gedit Minifier Plugin

I often find myself having to do a lot of jumping around to develop. I write the code, test, then minify, then copy files, etc.. I also have a strange interest in gedit, so I decided I'd create a quick little plugin to minify files for me. The plugin is …



Zen Coding with gEdit!

Zen Coding is a fun tool for editors. Basically it allows you to type out a css selector, hit a key combination, and Bam! It turns into corresponding html. Doesn't sound like all that? Well lets imagine you're creating a complex form, or a table with several columns (a table …



Use CSS3 to Spice Up Impromptu Buttons

I thought I would share with you quickly how you can use CSS3 selectors to spice up your Impromptu buttons. Lets say you have a prompt with a Delete button. Delete normally indicates caution/danger/warning which is usually represented by a red color. We can let our CSS do …