I recently contributed some code to the Foundation responsive framework project on GitHub and am very proud that the code has made the master branch!The functionality I wrote turns the standard Top Bar into a sticky navigation menu that will become fixed once the page scrolls to it’s position, just by adding the class .fixed. … Continue reading Sticky Navigation Top Bar in Foundation 3
Mactuts+: With the introduction of OS X Mountain Lion, a feature that didn’t make the cut was Web Sharing. It may not have been widely used but for developers it served as a quick way to host a website. Let’s take a look at three different ways to bring this feature back.Today on at MacTuts+ … Continue reading 3 Ways to Bring Back Web Sharing in OS X Mountain Lion
BBC News: More than 13,000 households across the UK are still using black-and-white television sets, according to the TV Licensing authority. London had the highest number of monochrome licences, at 2,715, followed by Birmingham and Manchester, it said. The number of licences issued each year has dwindled from 212,000 in 2000. A total of 13,202 … Continue reading UK still has 13,000 black-and-white TVs
Polygon: The company blames the closure of the Jersey tax loophole this year for its struggles. Play.com was purchased by Japanese internet company Rakuten for 25 million British pounds in September 2011, and two months later the Jersey government announced it would close the tax loophole allowing retailers to skip consumption taxes on items retailing … Continue reading Play.com to become a customer-only online marketplace
BBC News: Jessops, which was founded in Leicester in 1935, has 192 stores in the UK and employs about 2,000 staff. The administrators said that it was "inevitable" that some stores would have to close.The last of the high street camera stores.
The BBC recently released a new app, BBC Sport, for iOS. They have had a bit of a negative reaction from the Android community about not releasing the Android app at the same time (despite the fact it isn’t ready).It’s strange to see more and more people complain that developers are simply “favouring” iOS, that … Continue reading Developing for Android is a numbers game
Adobe’s blog: Effective December 13, Adobe disabled the activation server for CS2 products and Acrobat 7 because of a technical glitch. These products were released over 7 years ago and do not run on many modern operating systems. But to ensure that any customers activating those old versions can continue to use their software, we … Continue reading Update on CS2 and Acrobat 7 Activation Servers