daily links

  • Google Maps API Extbase (go_maps_ext) – typo3.org
    Diese Extension funktioniert dann auch mit Typo3 4.7.x…
    Extbase Version of go_maps_ap. Simply instert a google map Version 3, jQuery, MooTools, Calculate Route, Image for Markers, Style Maps, KML,…
  • Line Height
    Sogar über line-height lässt sich noch etwas neues lernen:
    A simple, step-by-step presentation on CSS line-height. Covers leading, how to apply various line-height values, as well as line-height and the inline box model.
  • Generate CSS Sprites on the Fly with Lemonade
    Lemonade’s goal as a sprite generator is to be incredible easy to use, so you’ll use ist for every project—just because there’s no overhead. It needs no configuration, no Rake task, no Photoshop, just a little change in your Sass or SCSS files.
  • Preventing access to install.php and update.php | PreviousNext
    You can easily block access to install.php and update.php with this one line entry in your apache vhost config
    RedirectMatch 403 "/(install|update).php"
    Restart apache and you’re away, requests to install.php or update.php will result in a 403
  • PFold: Paper-Like Unfolding Effect | Codrops
    PFold is a very experimental jQuery plugin that makes it possible to open elements in a paper-like unfolding effect. An element can be unfolded in 3D in order to reveal some other content. The idea is to have several levels of folding, where each step of opening will double the element size, hence imitating a folded paper being opened.

    A couple of options are available, such as the unfolding direction for each step and the number of folding steps.

  • IE10 Snap Mode and Responsive Design – TimKadlec.com
    Here’s the wrinkle: when snapped, IE10 ignores the meta viewport tag for any viewport smaller than 400 pixels in width (which it is, when in snap mode). This in turn messes up your beautifully set responsive plans and results in the same kind of smart scaling you see on non-optimized sites on an iPhone or Android device.