Tired of those overly priced simple scripts on sites like CodeCanyon? Me too! I can understand why others that aren’t developers spend money on them, but if you’re a dev purchasing scripts like Social Traffic Pop or Facebook Traffic Pop, you’re throwing your money away. To help stay true to the open-source philosophy, here’s an […]
Sticky navigation is being used more and more on sites and there’s a good reason why. It improves the UX by making the menu available no matter where the user is on the page. Learn how to create a simple, light-weight jQuery sticky navigation below. Best of all, it’s easy to implement on existing site’s without having to change any existing HTML code!
No, this isn’t one of those bet I can guess your weight or age games you find at places like carnivals and Six Flags. I bet you I can guess your approximate address with HTML and reverse geocoding.