Category: HTML
Mar 31, 2015

Why patch? Unlike WordPress, Drupal, and Joomla!, TERMINALFOUR is very particular about where content appears in a template. The concept of loops is still present, but handled in an unusual manner. You get one main loop, which pulls in all page content marked as the text/html format, and then a predefined set of additional loops […]

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Feb 14, 2015

My kitchen was missing something. I’d looked at clocks and artwork, but none of the options were simultaneously affordable and nerdy enough for my liking. What I needed was a way to incorporate my love of thrift store finds and coding into something functional, attractive, and unique that would cause my visitors to be delighted […]

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Oct 7, 2014

The organization I work for has always had a nagging problem with their email newsletters: The anchor links forming the table of contents did not actually move the user to their desired story in Gmail. For one newsletter with a comparatively small audience this wasn’t a world-ending issue–almost everyone who opened it was cursed with […]

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Aug 12, 2014

For a recent project I needed a way in JavaScript to pull the sources of a remote stylesheet and a remote webpage, each as plain strings. The immediate problems were with cross-origin resource sharing policies (i.e. you can’t simply load an html resource that’s not on your domain or that is not on a server […]

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