I love reading medium.com. Recently, they had redesign ( Medium 1.0 ) featuring some great new effects. One of the effects I like the most is this “blurred header” effect on scroll. I created a small codepen, showing how to achieve similar effect.View pen View fullscreen
In a recent project, I had to deal with this task – writing and event handler to detect click events outside an element. The first thing that came to mind was listening for click events somewhere higher in the DOM hierarchy ( can be parent element, or the window object for example ). Then, I can determine the element that triggered the event and all the elements, through the event bubble .
Here is the final result:
Pulse CMS have always been my choice when it comes to small projects and one-page websites. It is easy to set up ( no database ) and has everything your clients need – easy way to edit content, gallery, contact form, blog and stats. If you haven’t heard about it, check the demo. You can include it into your own, static html/php template, or use it with the responsive front-end template that comes with it. The admin area is easy to translate – you just need to edit the pulsepro/includes/lang.php file. Today’s freebie is bulgarian translation to the admin area. You can download it from here. If you’ve purchased Pulse CMS, you can just drop the lang.php file into pulsepro/includes folder and override default language file.
Terms and conditions are very important – the more clear they are, the better. Recently I stumbled upon what I believe to be the best terms and conditions ever written. You can read them at http://redpen.io/
“This is the deal: you retain ownership of your uploads. Your data will not be sold or shared. We will never ever spam you.
Keep rocking, guys! And no joke, take a look of the great website http://tosdr.org/ . It features summarized terms and conditions of the most popular websites.