Titan Fusion

Alexandar Tzanov's Personal Blog

Tag: source code

  • Function: checkboxLimiter [JavaScript]

    The checkboxLimiter function will disable all checkboxes, which share common value for the name attribute after the user has checked a pre-set number of them. The limit number is set in the function source to avoid inconsistency if adding the onChange function call inline of the page source. This does not matter if you are using event […]

  • Basic HTML5 Template

    The Basic HTML5 Template is perfect for testing code snippets. Its purpose is to save you time from having to code a new template every time you want to start working on a new script or test some other code sample. It is just the very basics, and it only supports modern browsers. I am […]

  • Layout update to DomainRecord.Info

    I did some layout changes to DomainRecord.Info tonight. Read more about them on the DomainRecord.Info project blog on the Innovadix web site.

  • Web design and standards. Key word standards!!

    I am working on a new project with my brother and his publishing company. One of my tasks is to set up a new site for his company. One thing I am really, and I mean really, good is modifying things. Be they digital or physical, I can take something and turn it into something […]

  • Evolution of a blog

    I have decided to change the blog’s theme once again. I want to go with something more professional. I chose BlueBird, because I wanted something less busy, more open and, at the time, I was also high on the Twitter wave. Lately I have been kind of burned out on Twitter! I am not as […]

  • Twitter Tool – I love you, I hate you!

    The Twitter Tool, a WordPress plugin, is an awesome tool. I love that it posts to my Twitter account whenever I make a post on my blog. It also provides me with the ability to make new tweets from my blog’s sidebar and from within the WordPress administrator menu. But the feature I find most […]

  • Latest Posts v1.0 by Cypher

    While looking for plugins for Jutia Group I stumbled upon Latest Posts v1.0. It is on the left side, under “10 Newest Entries”. I needed some more functionality out of it so I took the liberty to modify the code a bit. Just to make it a tad more flexible. I started by changing the […]