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Coldfusion and jQuery's Datatables
Coldfusion and jQuery's Datatables

Here is a quick guide on how you can use Coldfusion to populate jQuery's datatables

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27 September 2011
Case Sensitive Email Address in Coldfusion using CFInput
Case Sensitive Email Address in Coldfusion using CFInput

This blog post shows how to get around the case sensitive CFInput issues when validating an email address

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Tags: Coldfusion, CFInput, Validation, Case Sensitive
23 September 2011
Implementing rel=”author” to inhance your Google SERP's
Implementing rel=”author” to inhance your Google SERP's

Essentially there are three steps involved in implementing rel=”author”. Read this blog post to find out what they are.

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Tags: rel=author, google, rel=me
10 September 2011
CSS3 Only Full Size Background Images
CSS3 Only Full Size Background Images

Whilst browsing the Internet today I found a great css only technique to make full page background images. It something I had difficulty with before so I thought I would share with you.

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Tags: CSS3 Background Images
08 September 2011
Jquery Child Filters
Jquery Child Filters

Child filters allow you to refine the selection by looking at the relationship that the element has with its parent elements.

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Tags: Jquery, Selectors, Child, Filters
05 September 2011
Jquery Content and Visibility Filters
Jquery Content and Visibility Filters

Content and Visibility filters examine the content of the elements that are returned by the selector expression or their visibility property to determine if they should be included or excluded from the result set.

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Tags: Jquery, Selectors, Content
03 September 2011
Jquery Attribute Selectors and Filters
Jquery Attribute Selectors and Filters

You can filter the results of a selector based on the it's attributes content. Here are a few examples

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Tags: Jquery, Development
30 August 2011
Pseudo-class UI selectors in Forms
Pseudo-class UI selectors in Forms

CSS3 provides us with three pseudo-class user interface selectors that will come in very handy when styling interactive forms and applications. The enabled, disabled, and checked pseudo-class selectors allow us to style elements based on their current state within a form or an application.

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Tags: Pseudo-class, CSS3, selectors
26 August 2011
Understanding the SEO Title Tag
Understanding the SEO Title Tag

In my opinion the title tag is the most important component on a web page with regards to SEO (other than the main page content).

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Tags: SEO, Title Tag, Keywords
25 August 2011
Rounding Border Corners with CSS3
Rounding Border Corners with CSS3

Rounded corners can help soften an otherwise sharp design, but the have been difficult to achieve using images. CSS3 includes a simple method for rounding off one or all of the corners of an elements box: border-radius

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Tags: CSS3, Rounded Corners