This post is the first in a series of showcases of some of the best non-standard command line tools I’ve discovered in recent years. If you ever make use of the command line, you’ll probably find that at least one item on this page will make your life easier. z, jump around One of the… continue reading
A few years ago, I wrote about how we can use css to style broken images. The technique leveraged on the fact that any styling to the ::before or ::after pseudo-elements on the <img> element will only be applied if the image doesn’t load. So, we could style those elements and they would only display… continue reading
Cursive fonts – also known as script fonts – are a popular style of typography, and are especially prevalent on the web. They’re often representational of handwriting, which means if you have a little knowledge of how to scan and map artwork into font-generating software, it’s relatively easy to create your own. However, this abundance… continue reading
Không như Windows hay OSX, người dùng Linux lâu nay vẫn rất đau đầu để lựa chọn 1 bộ gõ tiếng việt ngon lành cành đào giống Unikey trên Windows. Cá nhân mình cũng thử qua vài bộ gõ quen thuộc là ibus-unikey, ibus-bogo và vài năm gần đây là fcitx-unikey. Phải nói là trong… continue reading
The Z shell known as zsh is a shell for Linux/Unix-like operating systems. It has similarities to other shells in the sh (Bourne shell) family, such as as bash and ksh, but it provides many advanced features and powerful command line editing options, such as enhanced Tab completion. It would be impossible to cover all… continue reading
Four different menu animations for menu button toggle between hamburger, cross and back icon. See the Pen Hamburger Menu Animations by Tamino Martinius on CodePen. Prefer Dots? See the Pen Dot Menu Animations by Tamino Martinius on CodePen.
If you want a gradient that changes as you scroll down a very long page, you can create a gradient with a bunch of color stops, apply it to the body and it will do just that. But, what if you don’t want a perfectly vertical gradient? Like you want just the top left corner… continue reading
A collection of pure bash alternatives to external processes and programs. The bash scripting language is more powerful than people realise and most tasks can be accomplished without the need for or dependence on external programs.
Sass is one of the most popular CSS preprocessors. It allows you to create programming logic to your code and take advantage of its great features like working with variables, mixins, functions, interitance and nesting. There are hundreds of Sass libraries, frameworks and plugins that are available and can save you a lot of time… continue reading
Sublime Text is one of the most popular editors for web development and software development in general. But it’s only a text editor and not an IDE. In fact, Sublime doesn’t offer features like debugging tools, built-in tools for compiling and running applications, intelligent code suggestions, or code refactoring. Instead it offers a set of… continue reading
In this month (May 2018), themeforest has just given users to get some free WordPress themes or plugins. Every month, the themeforest will provide its users with some premium WordPress Theme or Plugin for free. This means you can use the high quality theme in the world from ThemeForest to serve your website without any… continue reading
Carta is a free multipurpose WordPress theme – designed by Stefano Giliberti – that makes it extremely easy to create beautiful and unique websites. No matter the size of your business or the domain you want to use it for: Carta is a truly all-in-one solution built to be flexible and customisable to fit any… continue reading
Macy.js is a lightweight, dependency-free, 4kb masonry layout library, designed for a hassle-free configuration.