Category Archives: Quick Notes
Just like it sounds. This is where we post clippings of interesting things we’ve found (code, opinions, writings, pictures) that deal with all aspects of making the web. We found them interesting. You don’t have to.
October 15, 2011
It’s time to update Dan Cederholm’s faux columns to take advantage of CSS3 gradients and reduce http requests.
September 14, 2011
We’ve recently changed the way we do IE hacks at Soupgiant. For years we were using conditional comments to load separate CSS files.
August 26, 2011
Big Red, the Soupgiant WordPress framework, has been added to the WordPress.org theme repository.
August 10, 2011
Google Reader allows me to send to Twitter but not Google+. What is this doing to Google’s own branding?
July 7, 2011
Looking through the RACV website policies I noticed this item: 7. linking to this web site 7.1 If you wish to establish a link to this web site you must, in the first instance, use the Contact Us link at the top of the page and provide the following information: a) the URL of the [...]
June 8, 2011
June 7, 2011
Over on Twitter @bobearth prompted me to do run some trace routes against the Google CDN and compare it to the Microsoft CDN. It appears Google have taken the distributed network out of their CDN.
April 28, 2011
We’ve updated the base WordPress theme we use at Soupgiant for WordPress 3.1+ and to make more use of the WordPress API. Along with the standard features you would expect in a WordPress framework, it includes templates for the Theme My Login plugin, custom default code for Formidable / Formidable Pro plugins, custom html output [...]
February 11, 2011
Jeff and Chris have been kind enough to publish Hosting Client Sites on a WordPress Network as a guest post on Digging into WordPress.
December 15, 2010
As with Google’s other hosted libraries, providing a more specific version number of webfont.js will effect browser caching.