Since recently Aureola has a dark mode. You can switch between the light and dark version of the page via the small sun in the upper right corner of the header. Your browser stores your selection. How this works exactly and how you can implement it yourself in Tailwind, I explain in this article.
Things you should never do: Creating a PHP script which connects to a different server, to retrieve some information and display it on your website. And you should most certainly not do this on every single page request, without even caching the results. Recently I have been asked to help my brother with a module he downloaded, which did exactly this. So I created this jQuery Plugin instead.
In search of a widget that could display Github repositories, I had to realize that Github itself does not provide something like that. After a little bit of googling around I finally found a nice piece of software by New Media Campaigns. Today I want to show you how to add this plugin to your website.
Don't look at me like that. I know what you're thinking... "Seriously a dice game? How creative. How do you come up with all those new ideas?" Yeah, I know. It might not be the holy grail of game development. But I was bored and I had nothing better to do. So here it comes. Yet another jQuery Dice game the world hasn't been waiting for.
Let's assume you have a few hours to kill, while your girlfriend takes an exam. What would you do? If "develop a jQuery plugin" was the first thing that came to your mind, you should absolutely read this article. If not... well, you also might want to take a look.
Isn't this an appealing title. We start really filthy and get to know a totally new side of our beloved browser. Did the W3C finally think of the lonely souls out there and add a few additional features to the browser for them? Well, partially. Today we will deal with one of those new features. However we will do this in a completely unerotic way.