What if you could extract all text strings from a PSD file into a TXT file? Sure, it’s possible, thanks to PS_BRAMUS.TextExport, the PSD2TXT script I wrote a few months ago. Now, what if you wanted to do that in the opposite direction and import strings from a TXT file into a PSD file (viz. TXT2PSD)? Look no further, PS_BRAMUS.TextConvert is here, and does both!
Code snippet I found somewhere in my archive: jQuery.serializeAnything() is a jQuery Extension that serializes any element you specify, in contrast to jQuery’s builtin serialize() function which is limited to serializing form elements only.
jquery.com redesigned yesterday. Now, one day later they dropped that futt-bugly rockstar thingy. Great! (no, that’s not sarcastic … I’m glad to see they dropped it as it was rather adolescent-targetting imo; Not quite appropriate for such a professional package).
One of the functions I use quite regularly when working with jQuery is .attr(). Right now – at work – I’m fiddling around in Prototype, and noticed I kept on writing .attr() which – quite evidently – doesn’t exist. Okay, I can use Prototype’s .readAttribute() and .writeAttribute() but that’s quite a hassle: I want one function to set and get attributes, just as jQuery offers. Time to extend Prototype with some jQuery functionality 😉
Out of the box TinyMCE supports a nice set of events which you can trace via the handle_event_callback Callback. Amongst a few you can externally hook onto the mousedown, mouseup, click, keypress, keydown, keyup, etc. events. Very nice, yet I was missing one from the list of supported events: the resize event.