Unmasking saved passwords in any browser. (AKA Seriously, use @1Password already)

Another good title is “Why you shouldn’t be an idiot and save your passwords in any browser pretty much….ever?” For years browsers have offered the option to “Remember your password” and it’s a horrible idea. These days you are even given the option to sync your password across multiple devices with Google Chrome and Firefox. As far

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Super simple introduction to CSS3 animations.

One of my new favorite features of CSS3 is the ability to quickly make animations, without needing to use anything like javascript. Not that I think anything is wrong with javascript, but man, using CSS3 to make things animate is damn easy. The only downside to it is that IE doesn’t quite support it yet (surprise surprise!)

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Responsive YouTube Videos with FitVid.js

UPDATE: Yes, I know, there is no difference now that I have switched my website to be based on foundation. Foundation has responsive iframe’s built into it. This solution still works, the demo is just irrelevant on this page. 🙂 One of my favorite libraries to add into websites lately is FitVid.js. FitVid is a handy little

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