Zebra striping, as it is called, is a common technique used to distinguish rows in an HTML table. The technique basically makes tables easier to read.
It *should* be something that’s easy and straightforward to build, however, as always with CSS and HTML there are a number of different ways to achieve the same goal [...]
If you’re running unit tests in an ASP.NET web app on code accessing settings from the web.config, then you might have some code like:
That will work fine when you run the project, but your test will fail and give you the error ‘The application relative virtual path ‘~/’ is not allowed here.’. Fortunately, there [...]
This is something I wanted to do for the new version of my portfolio (coming soon). It will essentially be a one page portfolio built of modules, some being projects, others being social feeds, e.g. latest tweet, Flickr photos and my last foursquare checkin.
Annoying little bug this one. When you use stage.stageHeight in Flash CS3, the value returned is 100px too small. It turns out that this problem only occurs if you’re using the bandwidth profiler – so just turn it off!