Just an update to tell you that I won’t make it to posting bramus_classeslist online by the end of the month, as I promised, since bramus_classeslist exist no more. Wait, there’s some good news too: bramus_classeslist has changed names to bramus_cssextras as its functionality has been extended to supporting the setting of id attributes on […]
When writing a backend for a site combined with TinyMCE I’ve always found it a big hassle to visually link the content of the editor with the content of the actual site. Yeah yeah, there exists something like a content_css setting but that’s not really it as the options are limited. Fed up with this […]
Yes I know, here I am back again with yet another TinyMCE tweak, but this one’s really nice to know too … 😉
For all you GreaseMonkey lovers out there: the BRAMUS.in.spire.us bookmarklet has been morphed into a GM script too, as per request. Head over to http://userscripts.org/scripts/show/8020 to install it or continue reading to see a screenshot.
Received an e-mail in my inbox from the artviper.net admin Frank after he read my previous post where I explain on how to use his servive to visualizing your del.icio.us bookmarks. All the cons/thoughts I mentioned he answered/knocked off the table making the service he offers even better!
I myself am a huge del.icio.us fan … the handiness of tagging sites I’ve seen over at work and checking back that list at home just does it for me. Above that it’s darn handy to finding back a site by just typing in some keywords (that flash site with the green background most likely […]
It isn’t a secret that one can script Photoshop to automate some tasks. Heck, one could even write a program and steer Photoshop. Hereby I’m posting a script that I’ve been using quite regularly.