HTML Default Colors

September 6, 2009 § Leave a comment

Someone dear to me put together this not too long ago:

pink, lightpink, palevioletred, hotpink, deeppink, red, tomato, crimson, firebrick, indianred

darkred, maroon, brown, sienna, saddlebrown, rosybrown, tan, darkkhaki, BurlyWood, chocolate, peru, darkgoldenrod

lightcoral, coral, lightsalmon, salmon, darksalmon,
orangered, darkorange, orange, sandybrown, goldenrod, khaki, gold, yellow

greenyellow, lightgreen, lawngreen, chartreuse, lime, springgreen, mediumspringgreen,
limegreen, green, forestgreen, darkgreen,
seagreen, mediumseagreen, darkseagreen,
olive, olivedrab, darkolivegreen

azure, aliceblue, lightcyan, paleturquoise, lightblue, lightsteelblue, powderblue, cyan, aqua, aquamarine, turquoise, lightskyblue, skyblue, mediumaquamarine,
mediumturquoise, darkturquoise, deepskyblue, cadetblue, cornflowerblue, steelblue, slateblue, mediumslateblue,royalblue, dodgerblue, lightseagreen, teal,darkcyan, blue, mediumblue,darkslateblue, navy, darkblue, midnightblue

indigo, blueviolet, mediumpurple, mediumorchid, purple, darkmagenta, darkviolet, darkorchid, lavender, thistle, plum, violet, orchid, magenta, fuchsia, mediumvioletred

darkslategray, dimgray, gray, slategray, darkgray, silver

HTML Quickie: Long String Overflowing Your Div

May 25, 2009 § 6 Comments

Do you have that problem? I do.

EDIT(05/31/2009): Even better solutions:

Hyphenator.js: http://code.google.com/p/hyphenator/

OR:

General CSS solution:

overflow: scroll

/EDIT

The HTML solution:

use <wbr>. (But you have to figure out yourself where to put the tag)

The IE-specific CSS solution:

word-wrap: break-word

PHP solution:

wordwrap(‘your_very_long_string_here’, 15) // Break after 15 characters

Python solution:

import textwrap

textwrap.fill(‘your_very_long_string_here’, 15) # Break after 15 characters

References:

Gotapi.com: Finding documentation has never been so easy

September 2, 2007 § Leave a comment

For readers and all fellow developers: Finding documentation has become less of a pain. Thanks to Gotapi.

Currently they have:

  • HTML/CSS/Javascript. Too bad they don’t have MSDN Javascript.
  • Javascript UI libraries.
  • XML
  • C/C++ libraries.
  • PHP
  • Ruby on Rails
  • Python (Reading from blog.gotapi, Python is 1 of the first documentation)
  • Perl
  • Erlang
  • MySQL
  • and much more…

I highly recommend readers to go check Gotapi. RTFM has just gotten easier.

References:

Tick mark on IE 6…

June 28, 2007 § Leave a comment

doesn’t exist. LAMEO!!!!

Redmond, WTF!!!

It’s a simple ✓. How hard can it be to support it?

All other browser use it. Even IE 7 use it. Why IE 7 improvements didn’t crittle down to IE 6?

Lame, Microsoft. Lame…

This guy even provide full article about it!

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