Trying to work out the number of permutations involved if I had to create each layer myself. This for a maps' key of x items, each to be on or off. I knew the sums would get big quick? I found the following code very useful. Just add the number of items you want to find out the permutations for…
More on this to follow... no time now
I’ve just added the hexadecimal codes for the Apple keys symbols. Click the “⌘” symbol below to see the full list on Master Template “code snippets”.
One of the funniest meme’s I’ve seen. Yet, for a website developer, heartening to see you’re not alone questioning just how much you’re copy & pasting. I hope you find something useful to copy & paste from this website. See more frivolity on the Master Template website designer fun page 😆
(emojis in your website - see html entity code for emojis on Master Template code snippets)
👉 In Japanese, the plural version of emoji is emoji. In written English, Merriam-Webster and Dictionary.com note that emoji and emojis are both commonly used as acceptable plurals of the word “emoji”.
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Recent versions of this excellent browser have shipped with the default set to show “trimmed” urls in the search bar. Therefore it now hides from view “http://www” & “https://www”. I understand this from a general user interaction. Joe public doesn’t need to see the delivery style of the site. However, as developers this can be useful information.
Open Firefox. You’ll need to open up Firefox’s configuration. You will be presented with a warning asking you if you are sure that you know what you’re doing? None of us can be that sure ;-) so click “I accept the risk” and continue.
in the url address bar type: browser:config
Accept the risk as we need to get things done
Search for “trimURLs”
Locate the following…
if true click it to toggle it to ‘false’
Now your url address bar will show the full url for each website.
Firefox has a powerful set of web developer tools at your disposal most noteably the Inspector tool press the key combination ⌥ ⌘ and c key
Viewport 1.1 by Kameron.
As you resize your browser window a readout appears in the top right of your browser window for a few seconds. Enough for you to make a note of the current browser window dimensions. It looks something like this…
Resize your browser window now to see the x and y pixel co-ordinates change ;-)
Useful Apps & Services for website production and checking.
HTML (php) Checker
The W3C Markup Validation Service
The W3C CSS Validation Service
SSL Certificate Verify
SSL Checker - SSL Certificate Verify
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