Coding, in this context, is the art of using a markup, styling, or scripting language to create a website or web application.
Don’t add boilerplate code, polyfills, shivs, frameworks and other things that increase the weight of your site unless you actually need it.
Links to some online resources that are useful to anyone wanting to learn about programming in Ruby.
Older versions of YUI Compressor have a bug that makes some media queries malformed after minifying, causing browsers to skip the rules within. There is a fix though.
How to stop TextMate’s Wrap Word / Selection as Link command from automatically downloading the linked page and inserting its title as a title attribute on the link.
WordPress seems to like absolute URLs. For reasons of portability, download size, and general code neatness, I like root relative URLs. Here is how I make WordPress agree with me.
The web developer tool for Safari and other WebKit-based browsers has just received a number of improved and new features worth checking out.
The Zen Coding plugin, available for TextMate and several other editors, speeds up your HTML and CSS coding.
If a Subversion repository has moved to a new location, use the svn switch command with the –relocate switch to make the working copy point to the repository’s new URL.
Using version control to keep track of changes to your files will make you sleep better at night, and getting started is easier than you may think it is.
Twelve tips that help you use TextMate more efficiently and remove some of the tedious parts of writing client-side code.
Character encoding can be very tricky to get right all the way from your keyboard to the end user’s browser, but reading these two articles may increase your chances of getting it right.
To save keystrokes and speed up development I have created a DOMAssistant bundle for TextMate.
Chris Heilmann talks about what causes the code on Web projects to grow out of control.