So CloudFlare rolled out their all new (and improved) Auto Minify feature. Here’s my results with all three turned on. Oh and check out how pretty it is (yes code can be beautiful to look at).
Direct domain (1) = CF off and the one without direct (2) is CF on.
All in all, direct.joinpgn.com had 1544 lines while joinpgn.com had 1270. Most of my JS and CSS have been minified too even before CF touches it. What’s left? Right. Rocket Launcher! Do CloudFlare! Fix it!
Anyone of you guys having problems with your CSS backgrounds not displaying correctly especially if your page doesn’t fill the whole browser window? I had that problem with PGN’s Chatroom page. Here’s what it looks like, take a look.
You see what I mean? That’s going to suck if your background isn’t white just line mine. Here’s how to fix it.
Yes, it took me 10 years to move on from Counter-Strike 1.6 and Counter-Strike: Condition Zero to Counter-Strike: Source. Why? Because even though I have CSS on one of my older Steam accounts (2003) and I don’t really like using it. Why?! Why don’t I like using an older account and hence having a ultra low SteamID as compared to today’s higher SteamIDs? Well I don’t like the username I used on that one, hahaha. Yes that’s the only reason. Plus most of the newer games that I’ve bought are on my slightly older account (2006). I like TF2 and CSS to belong to one account (Probably another reason for my OCD of some sort). So yes my folks! It’s time for me to move on…
Have you ever noticed that everytime you click on a link you can see a dotted outline/border? Isn’t it annoying? Especially when the dotted lines overlap or go through the other areas of your website? I’ll show you how to remove it completely using CSS. (Cascading Style Sheets).
Ever since I got addicted to W3C’s Markup Validation, I started having this urge that I have to check every single page in a website if it’s XHTML 1.0 Valid or not (OCD anyone?). And since my blog (At the time of this writing) is XHTML 1.0 Strict valid, I wanted to make sure that it stays that way for as long as I maintain it.
Anyway, it’s quite common to see clickable header images (Not just the text within the header image) in WordPress installations and they usually take you back to the main page if you click on them. And since the default WordPress theme (Kubrick) only lets you click on the text and not the entire header, I wanted to make a header image clickable too. The first website that I found that teaches you how to make your header images clickable is WordPress’ own tutorial about designing headers. I never knew that finding a solution would be that easy!