Tags: plugin

jQuery visibility pseudo-selectors

To help me with a project at work, I’ve written two jQuery pseudo-selectors which will help determine if an element is currently in the viewport or if it has been reached during scroll. This can be incredibly powerful if you’re looking to only display certain items (like a “back to top” link) after you’ve reached a certain point on the page, or only while some other element is within the viewport. Read More →

Add “desktop version” and “mark all as read” links to Tiny Tiny RSS mobile plugin

I installed Tiny Tiny RSS on a server of mine, and after tinkering around with it for a little while, I turned on the built-in mobile plugin. It’s a wonderful little thing; it uses the iUI library to present a slick, single page application; it strips images out of the article bodies; and it automatically forwards you to the mobile version when you view TTRSS on your phone. I have just one problem with it—there is no way to mark articles as read in bulk from the interface… so I added some tweaks. Read More →

rexCrawler and HelpfulHighlighter are now open source

After having dipped my toe in the water of open source with some Arachni module changes and the development of a simple WordPress plugin, I’ve finally taken the plunge; two of my personal projects are now completely open source, and hosted on github. Much of the code is stale—and somewhat embarrassing—but I figured that it was high time I shrug off that self-defensive apprehension and use it as fuel to make me a better developer. Read More →