**updated 2-nd May 2011** This is getting completely overhauled. Basically, I am currently working on a new mootools modalBox Class called ‘baseBox’. You can see it on jsfiddle and play with it some. Full details, documentation and more examples will come when I release it as an official plugin on the MooTools Forge. largerBox is now deprecated. Read this for… Read more →
QuakeLive. It’s… odd! I am not sure I approve… Here is a video of the quakecon 2008 quakelive ctf finals, make your own mind up. Personally, I still think Q3A is the greatest game of all time… But this looks mighty close!
In a way, I am happy that it died, now I can leave it in front of our local charity shop and make a homeless person very happy. Or… just one of those dodgy twats that keep on stealing from there at night. This image was created to commemorate the occasion and the launch of my new “Apple for homeless”… Read more →
It’s just silly and totally unnecessary unless you have some silly amount of applications… For the rest of us who use facebook to keep in touch and play a bit of poker, it just sucks. The sad truth is: they are freeing up space to have more adverts. Not that it matters with firefox anyway!
Hate it when your site display is being slow while it waits for google analytics? Google Analytics is just great. But, regretfully–it often causes a delay in my sites’ display. Loading the remote script can pause the domready (as the browser waits to see if the script it is evaluating won’t affect the DOM in some way). The result: often… Read more →
unfortunately, we have no Thawte certificate ourselves so this demo will show the badge as ‘invalid certificate’. The problem with the Thawte Site Seals… After having developed a site for a client, we were asked to include the THAWTE site seals that verify the site’s authenticity. That is all fine, but the seal uses <script src=”https://siteseal.thawte.com/cgi/server/thawte_seal_generator.exe”></script> tags and holds the… Read more →
Other than that, first impressions as a user: it appears to have been coded within the spirit of Web 2.0 in mind – search tags, lightbox imaging, product ratings, the chunky yet slick looks…
Since this IS fragged.org, we write about what we don’t like first and assume the rest is fine… With that in mind, let’s pop the bonnet and see if this baby can organically give good SERPs.