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  • Ko-fi icon for FontAwesome


    FontAwesome is a pretty great resource. I use it extensively on this site. In addition to loads of useful UI icons, it also has a brands icon set, which you can see examples of in the "Socials" section of my site menu. What you …

  • Animated CSS "border"


    I had an idea for an animated "border" of sorts, and the urge to implement it in pure CSS (as much as my feeble skills are capable) stuck with me all day. I decided to take a crack at it on-stream last night. I managed to do a …

  • Halfmoon CSS framework


    I've been using a CSS microframework, Shoelace, for a little while now in one of my hobby projects. Recently, they began releasing beta versions of their new version and I discovered that they are moving from a CSS microframework to a …

  • ascii.js: A font-based rendering engine for ASCII artwork


    A long-standing and thoroughly-enjoyed hobby of mine is creating and consuming ASCII artwork (though not the kind of watered-down crap you would see in, say, an e-mail signature or a chain letter). I recently went on a wild tear after …

  • jQuery.imgradio Plugin v1.0 released


    The default HTML radio buttons and check boxes aren't the most aesthetically pleasing things in the world of web design. With this in mind, I have created a jQuery plugin that will replace those pesky <input /> elements with …

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