daily links

  • responsivepx – find that tricky breakpoint
    Enter the url to your site – local or online: both work – and use the controls to adjust the width and height of your viewport to find exact breakpoint widths in pixels. Then use that information in your media queries to create a responsive design.
  • Page Speed Service | Think Vitamin
    Call me crazy, but I don’t want them handling my customers’ credit card numbers and critical personal information. Even if they do handle it completely responsibly, the privacy concerns that people have about Google could turn into a nightmare for anyone using this service.
  • Page Speed Service Home
    Page Speed Service is an online service to automatically speed up loading of your web pages. Page Speed Service fetches content from your servers, rewrites your pages by applying web performance best practices and serves them to end users via Google’s servers across the globe.
  • YAG TYPO3 Photo Gallery
    Seit März 2011 ist das TYPO3 Extension Repository (TER) um eine Gallery Extension angewachsen. Mit der YAG Photo Gallery wollten die beiden Entwickler Daniel Lienert und Michael Knoll eine Extension schaffen, die auch anspruchsvolleren Anforderungen genügt und sich nahtlos in TYPO3 integriert.
  • NodeOne: Using Rules to set active menu items
    This screencast shows how Menu position can be used together with Rules and Rules Bonus Pack to set active menu items in a quick and flexible way – reusing existing frameworks for Drupal
  • NameChanger for Mac Quickly Renames Groups of Files – Lifehacker
    Mac: If you have a group of files you need to rename, or that you want to force into a new naming convention, NameChanger is a free utility that can handle the batch rename job for you. The app supports regular expressions, mismatched files types, and formatting changes.
  • defluff – a deflate huffman optimizer
    ‘defluff’ is a command line tool, which works on existing deflate streams. It repeats the huffman coding step of the deflate process, trying to find a representation that is as short as possible. Since most deflate implementations are optimized for speed, they don’t try that hard, and defluff is often able to squeeze out a few more bits.
  • How to Optimize PNG and JPEG without Quality Loss. Part 1 | Splashnology
  • Bitcoin for Beginners (like me)