IMPORTANT: Please read this blog post before updating. The latest version, by default, breaks compatibility with previous versions! I am happy to announce that dialogWrapper 2.1 has been released! Download/read about it at BitBucket: https://bitbucket.org/MostThingsWeb/dialogwrapper What’s new? The biggest change is that all methods are now namespaced! For example, instead of writing: … by default […]
I really enjoy exploring jQuery’s source code. Recently, I’ve been using James Padolsey’s jQuery Source Viewer. It’s a really neat tool that lets you type in the name of a function (even if it’s an internal function!) and view its source. Just today, I’ve discovered a different tool/series called JS Libs Deconstructed. Not only will […]
I’d like to announce my latest plugin: wrapDetector. wrapDetector is designed to do one thing: return a list of characters at which a line can wrap. I’ve created the project at BitBucket: https://bitbucket.org/MostThingsWeb/wrapdetector. If you find it interesting, give it a try. I look forward to hearing your feedback and suggestions.
While working with HtmlAgilityPack to build a web scrapper/crawler, I noticed something: I hate XPath. It’s big, clunky, and verbose. After a bit of searching, I found a neat online app: http://css2xpath.appspot.com/. As the name suggests, it converts CSS selectors to XPath selectors. The only problem is that I wanted a client-side solution. A little […]
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In my Greasemonkey scripts, I sometimes find it necessary to alert the user in some way without using the alert() function. In any other web application, I would normally use Facebox, a wonderfully free jQuery plugin that displays Facebook style pop-ups. However, there are several obstacles to adding any (well, most) jQuery plugins to Greasemonkey […]