When a great musician hears a great song, what do they hear? I am not a great musician so I can only speculate. I would guess that they listen for the emotion behind the song. Great songs are great because of their delivery of honest emotion, in any genre. I also think they listen for the intangibles. They try and put their fingers on the elusive qualities and little details that make a great song great.
One big reason to use image preloading is if you want to use an image for the background-image of an element on a mouseOver or :hover event. If you only apply that background-image in the CSS for the :hover state, that image will not load until the first :hover event and thus there will be a short annoying delay between the mouse going over that area and the image actually showing up.
The print version of Digging Into WordPress the book is now available here. It’s been an awesome journey, taking this from idea to final product and having 100% control over everything. That is a story for another post, for now let’s take a look at the book!
The point of this form is that users enter quantities for different products and the math is done automatically updating all the different totals: quantity total, subtotal, shipping total, and final total. Monetary formatting is kept intact with some helper functions. Foxycart is integrated to show how it might work in the "real" world.
I've been tinkering with this redesign maybe a month or two, and decided to push it out last night. I had been using it myself thanks to the Theme Switch plugin, but there was a few things I had to actually go live before I could change, so I just did it. As usual, it's not an absolute overhaul, more of a refresher.
The situation: you click down on a link and you suddenly realize you didn’t want to click that link. So before you release the mouse button, you move the cursor away from the link.
This is what I am calling “aborting” a link. Years ago now, I remember seeing somebody’s demo where they found some weird combination of CSS which made it so you couldn’t abort from a link. It’s been on my to-research list for a long time, and … Read article “Aborting Links, Cross Browser Comparisons”
Just make sure the #footer is the last visible thing on your page.