In this short series we will learn how to highlight the sections of the content on page based on what html tag they are wrapped within.
Sebastian Sulinski on 8th Jul 2012
The new EU "Cookie Law" says that all website owners have to gain the consent of their website visitors before they can use certain web cookies, which in simple terms means saving a small text file on the visitors computers, usually used to gather some statistics or to improve functionality etc. It's worth mentioning that not all cookies are considered to be "Bad" - there is a lot of material online where you can read about the issue, an example would be ICO : Guidance on changes to the EU cookie law.
This tutorial explains how to easily create a user friendly dialog, that prompts for a consent and if accepted, loads the code, which generates cookies.
Sebastian Sulinski on 6th Jul 2012
Sebastian Sulinski on 3rd Jul 2012
In this short series we will have a look at the HTML5 History API and its two methods called pushState and popState in order to create an Ajax based, SEO friendly website. The first (pushState) method allows us to replace the browser's url without reloading the page, by doing so we can have our links indexed by search engines, while using Ajax to process the request and replace the content of the page. The second method (popState) makes sure that our browser's Back and Forward buttons are functioning after the pushState method has been executed.
Sebastian Sulinski on 9th Mar 2012