Create awesome multi-column layouts using CSS3. Make as many columns as you want and style them too! Check out an example or go right to the fancy CSS3 Multi-Column Layout Generator
You can set the number of columns, the size of the gap between columns, and the column rule using CSS3. As you'd expect with something this awesome you do need to use CSS browser filters for browsers that aren't bleeding edge, but that's nothing new, right? Here's an example of a 6 column multi-column layout with 30px of padding set for the column gap and no rule.Continue Reading
Ever wanted an amazing "follow me" button for your Twitter account? Here's your opportunity. Check out this awesome Twitter Button Concept by Erik Deiner. It's hosted on CodePen, so you can play with the code and easily make it your own.
The HTML is there.Continue Reading
I searched far and wide for an easy to implement, completely scalable, cross browser compliant method to create full page background images that scale up when the window grows larger and scale down when the window shrinks. Here is the solution.
If you are receiving the error "Warning: Error while sending QUERY packet. PID=5180" and don't know what to do don't panic! There's an easy way to solve your problems and move forward with your MySQL database related project.
Warning: Error while sending QUERY packet. PID=5180 is a MySQL error.Continue Reading
This Stackoverflow post shows a great example of how to change a piece of content on your website based on the input from a normal HTML form input type="text" field.
Here's your HTML.
<input type="text" id="textbox"/>
And, here's your jQuery.