archive .web tricks
Obfuscating JavaScript
Posted on May 19, 2017
I’m now obfuscating my JS code and linking to these files as part of inputforcolor’s new commercial expansion. This essentially means that I can demonstrate ifc webtemplates online whilst making it a little more difficult for viewers to take the code and adapt it. In this sense ‘obfuscation’ is similar to protecting copyright, but the […]
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The English Grammar in Web Development
Posted on March 21, 2017
Jonas Schmedtmann_ a web development lecturer, came up with an interesting analogy that compares the main languages used in web development to word classes in English grammar. His argument is that if HTML (which usually contains the content of a webpage) is similar to English language ‘nouns’, then the CSS which styles a webpage is […]
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Trawling Google for Images
Posted on February 25, 2017
A large part of my work involves photo-manipulation to create advertising images for clients; and a substantial proportion of these projects begins with a Google search for resources to work with. However, as soon as I employ filters for size or resolution the search results page(s) are flooded with stock images that I can’t use, […]
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