Member since 11/22/2010

Name: Phillip Gooch

Location: Seattle, WA

Website: www.fatfolderdesign.com

Website Programmer/Designer working on PHP/JavaScript. I also have a little blog where I talk about what web-things I\'ve programmed that week, and dislike typing bios.

Also, The languages feature of the profile page does not work in chrome as of version 13.0.782.112, I could fix that, and theres an escaping slash problem in the bio field, I could fix that too.

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Usually when working with form you use a server to handle it, and if your doing it entirely in javascript no reload is required, but what if you wanted to take the information and use it in a javascript on another page, completely client side. I had...
0 126 posted 8 years ago by FatFolderDesigner
This bit of jquery will take whatever you give it in the selector (which should be a valid jquery selector of any kind) and add or remove additional classas as appropriate based on width. The width and style names are all determined by the last i...
0 107 posted 8 years ago by FatFolderDesigner
This is just a simple explanation of how to use the HTML5 local storage in javascript. The link has a more thorough explanation and an example for those interested. The examples to save, retrive, and clear are marked below.
0 90 posted 8 years ago by FatFolderDesigner
This is a simple example of the google maps javascript API v3. If you want a map with a marker this is the minimum you need to do to get it done. Theres more talk about how it's all set up, and how to use the other static image map as well at the lin...
1 117 posted 9 years ago by FatFolderDesigner
The code is in three parts, a HTML layout (with some requirements I'll go over below), some CSS code (again, requirements below) and the actual jQuery code. I go over all the code in detail at the link, but I'll give a quick rundown od the jQuery as...
0 138 posted 9 years ago by FatFolderDesigner
This one was not created by me, but I can't remember who originally created it. It does the same thing as the built in <code>:contains()</code> selector with one important difference, it's case insensitive. Since I usually type in all lower case (bad...
0 110 posted 9 years ago by FatFolderDesigner
The comments for this are broken down into 2 parts, first the script is talked about, then theres a little about the HTML code that the script relies on. You can find more information at the URL, as well as an example of it in action. You can leave c...
0 74 posted 9 years ago by FatFolderDesigner
After being tasked with creating inputs like those on the twitter homepage I came up with this inline label system that uses jquery to control the labels (in the vase of the example it fase and slides them). The code is in three parts. First, the...
0 110 posted 9 years ago by FatFolderDesigner
This function will insert items into an orders alphabetically (assuming it's already alphabetical). Initially design to make a smooth single page load/save feature that sotred everything in drop down lists, you guessed it, alphabetically. Can simply...
0 116 posted 9 years ago by FatFolderDesigner
A simple way to filter lists or tables that uses a new "Contains" (note capitalization) selector to clean up the code a bit. Three examples are below, first sorts through a list, second a table, third a tabe and it correctly the alternating row color...
0 116 posted 9 years ago by FatFolderDesigner
When running live filters on large, long scripts you can get old, stale results replacing your new, fresh ones. After all, a search for everything containing 'S" in a large database of city names can take a lot longer than "Seattle", so your script g...
2 161 posted 9 years ago by FatFolderDesigner
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