A nice feature that appears on some sites is the ability to have realtime search results. You have a search input that as you type the results update dynamically below without the need tho hit return/enter. However, if to achieve this the form's default behaviour to submit is disabled, on mobile and tablet the onscreen keyboard won't close on return. This can be confusing to the end-user.
To get round this we can listen for the return key being pressed and removing the focus on the input field using the
Nice little runthrough of what
How confident are you about deploying to production on a Friday? Should it really be an issue if you have the right tests in place? Chris Coyier’s Make it hard to screw up driven development post is well worth a read if you want to make your code safer to deploy at the end of a working week.
An article on using Amazon’s AWS service for processing videos I recently put together for Evoluted’s Think Tank website.
TinyMCE’s pagebreak plugin is a handy way of providing users a way of marking breaks in content by placing a HTML comment in the source code denoting the break. However, if you are using the editor’s
valid_elements attribute to restrict HTML elements used in the content (a good idea if you don’t want all sorts of messy markup getting added) you need to make sure you allow comment tags.
If you’re using the link plugin for TinyMCE to add links to content and want to get rid of the
target attribute options then the trick is to set
target_list to false in the editor’s configuration.