Archive for the 'JS & PHP' Category
- Listamatic and Listamatic 2: navigation menus made with CSS in various ways (subdivided in vertical, horizontal and experimental), with related code and resources included.
- Other 5 examples with tutorial in Navigation with CSS by Stephen Clark.
A “list” speaking about “lists”…isn’t it extraordinarily metaphysical?
Some news linked by serendipity:
While Firefox 1.5 arrive today to Release Candidate 2, Vectoreal released a script supporting SMIL animations (so tags like <animateMotion>, <animateTransform> etc..) still absent in SVG native plugin of new born in home Mozilla. This is a testing SVG. (and, as usual, for Firefox 1.x, Explorer, Opera 7.x users here’s the Adobe plugin) |inline
Update: a new version of the script is available here.
Inspired by the swiss example, one week ago Luca Conti launched the proposal to create an italian blogs ranking based on Technorati.
To the point, searching for a simple way to made it, I found and suggested Duck Soup, a PHP library that allow simple utilization of all the infos served by Technorati’s APIs.
Using its BlogInfoQuery support, I create an AJAX powered simple way that returns the datas that Technorati links to every blog.
Here’s the example: just enter the URL of your blog, click the button and wait two seconds.
Technorati’s Blog Info
How it works?
Waiter: Good Morning, Sir.
Customer: Good Morning. I’d like inputs form two. Something…to satisfy my submit appetite.
Waiter: Here’s our day’s menu: |inline