The ColorSchemer guys have done a great job at listing all the browser-supported colo(u)rs by their name, rather than their Hex or RGB value.
If you are a coder, like me, it is a great reference for quickly picking colours when mocking up a web application.
Continue reading “140 Named Colo(u)rs”
A recent project I was working on cause me to stumble over the Yahoo Term Extractor. Something I had previously never heard of – it is a very underrated tool.
The Term Extraction Web Service provides a list of significant words or phrases extracted from a larger content. Continue reading “Yahoo Term Extractor”
Here are a few of my WordPress plugins that I can’t do without. It is by no means conclusive, just my personal preference.
KB_Captcha is a simple PHP script to generate reasonably safe CAPTCHA image to secure any public facing web application.
KB_Captcha offers the user a whole selection of options;
- Choice of base image.
- Choice of font (TTF).
- Optional sound generation for accessibility. (Linux only) Continue reading “KB_CAPTCHA – CAPTCHA Image Generation in PHP”
At the time of writing he is on version 1.0.2 which includes Prototype 1.5.1 and Scriptaculous 1.7.1 beta 3
The Protoculous file size is 54.6KB
Or should that be Nicr? To follow in an annoying theme.
Although Olavo did a fantastic job on the logic, the presentation left a little to be desired from my perspective.
I am providing my modifed version for download below, it provides a few logic updates and better presentation.
I’ve just made some modifications to my Gallery code which is part of i9000’s small site CMS software.
It adds some client side logic to make sure the images Lightbox 2 creates fit the users screen perfectly. Previous to this some customers were complaining that the images they uploaded were too big for their visitor’s screen.
This allows us to present the largest possible image to the user without scrolling around the page.