Inline Code Finder

Robert Nyman has released a new and improved version of his inline js finder which now also locates inline styling as well as JavaScript. Inline code finder is a great way of identifying the kind of code that should always be avoided. More details can be found at Robert's site.…

WebDev Toolbar Beta 3 for IE

Back in January Microsoft released a newer version of their web developer toolbar and I've only just noticed it. This beta seems to be a lot nicer than the previous version few more features and so far it seems more stable on IE6. If you haven't already you can download…

No more iframes?

This morning I was perusing the links for light reading sent by Russ from the WSG when I came across this article: Insert HTML page into another HTML page, where the author had discovered a way to use the object element instead of iframes to display third party content within…

@media2006

@media2006 has been announced together with a rather tasty new website with all the details. I was at @media2005 last year and I found it to be a really inspiring event. This year (provided I get my act together in time) I will definitely be going. As a change to…

Deconstructing d.Construct

I got down to Brighton bright and early for d.Construct Clear:left's grassroots web 2.0 conference. After being ushered in by Richard Rutter through the side door along with a couple of other early birds I sat down and booted up my powerbook to check my mail on…

d.Construct tomorrow

I'll be driving down to the d.Construct conference in Brighton early tomorrow morning. I'm looking forward to seeing Stuart Langridge, Simon Willison and Cory Doctorow's presentations in particular. This whole conference is about Web 2.0 and having listened to LUG Radio - season three episode 2 I think…

d.Construct 2005

Registrations for d.Construct "a grass-roots Web 2.0 conference" are being taken now Sold out. Such luminaries as Andy Budd, Simon Willison and Stuart Langridge will be speaking about all things Web 2.0. There will also be a talk from Boing Boing's and EFF member Cory Doctorow on…

Classes on the body tag

In Doug Bowman's second @media presentation he mentioned utilising classes on the body element to be able to affect the layout of the entire page. This simple technique uses descendant selectors in such a way that an entire page layout can be altered by adding or changing a class applied…