Found this web-based Unicode conversion utility when I needed to get the escaped hexadecimal version of a foreign language string.
Monthly Archives: November 2012
This article made me miss my Granny’s gumbo. I didn’t appreciate it enough as a kid, and didn’t get to eat enough of it as an adult. I might have to cook up a batch, myself. I’ll have to ask my mom for a family recipe…
A pure CSS solution to truncating text in a container, with the ability to overlay an ellipsis and even a “read more” link. The only caveat is that you must maintain vertical rhythm in your text.
Garlic.js stores form values locally, so your users never lose any precious data http://t.co/QzR5JTMn by @harrisonweber
@tollmanz Reading http://t.co/JUMNib4S was recommended to me.
I keep meaning to try out Tammy Hart’s Recipress plugin, which lets you manage recipes using WordPress. My wife and I often share recipes with friends and family, and this could be a fun way to track everything, instead of emailing PDFs around.
The software development process as seen by the Sales team: http://t.co/pAzGFBbl
Looking for #genesiswp code snippets? Bookmark this — http://t.co/2xSaEMMd