Contents tagged with jQuery

  • The Crux Of HTML

    When HTML was first dreamed up, its original intention was "to use and share documents" across single or multiple networks. Tim Berners-Lee was the man who wrote the simple tags which defined the structure of how HTML presents a document. With the rapid growth of the interconnected networks (Internet), HTML quickly became the default option when providing a document for viewing across networks. Continue reading...

  • Why WYSIWYG Editors Suck

    Recently I was given the opportunity to research and implement a way to accept formatted user input that would then be displayed on a website after going through a moderation tool. In this case, the WYSIWYG was deemed the best tool for the job, as it allowed non-technical people to be able to format their input in a web-friendly way... in theory. Continue reading...