Recently I’ve been getting frustrated by overly complicated tools for minifying JS but that don’t seem to work properly, so I wrote one.
It’s been a very long time since my last post; I tend to rarely find a subject I want to write about, and then I’m usually so critical of what I’ve written that I never actually “release” it. I’ve therefore decided to write about more than just web geekery on this ‘ere blog site — I’m going to start writing about climbing too. First however, I thought I’d start with a summary of what I’ve been up to in the year or so that has passed since my last post.
Recently I needed a multiple-level dropdown menu, and as I couldn’t find a pure CSS one that fitted the bill, I wrote it as an inuit.css plugin.
I’m not sure if this is really worthy of being called a plugin, it assigns 8 lines of CSS, then takes a value from one div, and stuffs that into another line of CSS. Still, might come in useful for someone!
It’s been a while since my last post, either due to life getting busy, or just having nothing to say… I’m not sure.