A simple solution to taking website visitors to a website that is compatible with the mobile device they are using.
Lately I have received a lot of questions about Facebook Fan Pages and how to folks are getting those nice custom content areas with branded information. This video tutorial shows you how to do this with an application called iFrameWrapper now the Static FBML application is no longer available.
You can actually build a mini tabbed website inside of your fan page, have it show by default to new visitor and even execute scripts like newsletter join forms in this area.
Its very easy to use and in this free public screencast I quickly go over how you can explore this option to obtain this type of look and feel.
Getting a background image to scale to 100% of the viewer’s browser window width and height is tricky. Pure CSS or even CSS3 do a good job in many browser but fail in IE6, IE7 and even IE8. Opera and others fail depending on how you do it with CSS.
jQuery steps up to the plate and solves it. Well, almost. Just one little niggle. If you can live with it then this is the solution for you in all browser except IE6.
This video tutorial is the start of a multi-part series on the Rapidweaver Blog page type. Part one covers the Page Inspector setup for the Blog except for the Advanced Tab. Things like Podcasting and iTunes setup which will be covered in the next part.
This is the 15th tutorial in the new updated series.
Using CSS3 to round corners on images varies in quality and it doesn’t work in all browsers. Add in a little help from jQuery and you get good looking corners and even shadows. In this video tutorial you will see now to do this easily.
TinyTips has been updated to version 1.1. What better way to investigate the changes than a new screencast.
Mike Merritt of Digital Inferno has added some colorful additions to this easy and flexible jQuery tooltip.
I will also address a question in this video tutorial that was asked from the original screencasts; “How can you add the image separately using Stacks”.
So grab the new download, set back, and join me as we revisit TinyTip.
In this video tutorial we will look at changing from using the Cycle jQuery Plugin to the Nivo Slider for a different effect. It’s easy and gives you a few more options. Make sure you have seen jQuery Animated Headers Part 1 and Part 2 for the foundation to what I am doing here.
Hi, this is Ed. I’ve started to get a few questions about PulseCMS, clients and control. I figured the best place to start would be with you and how you can organize and control what happens inside the project file.
In this video tutorial for Rapidweaver we will look at 2 Pulse specific Stacks and the cssStack.
Glenn Thomas’ Pulse Stack is available here: