Tag Archives: SVG

XHTMLate your WordPress

What does it take to convert your WordPress weblog to XHTML? First, the template has to be valid XHTML. One way to check this is to make sure the page validates as XHTML, first, before actually converting the page to … Continue reading

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Tiny Bubbles: SVG Version

It’s Fan Time! You’ve. Been. Warned.

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Experiments: SVG Clock

I thought I would go into some detail on some of the experiments I’ve been trying out on the site, starting with the SVG clock in the sidebar. A major advantage of SVG is that you can actually see how … Continue reading

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Patterns

Speaking of which, is it just me or do you all see a specific pattern in the number of comments per post in my own displayed line graph?

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Comments Line Graph

I had promised a WordPress pluggable version of the comments line graph and here it is. The line graph application is in two pieces: one to place in your theme directory and include in your page template; and a plug-in … Continue reading

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Even the Mistakes are Fun

Anne Van Kesteren: A new survey reveals that at least Microsoft and IBM think the HTML charter does not cover the canvas element. I have to wonder, when reading the survey results, how much the people who voted actually used … Continue reading

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Flawed Safari on Leopard

It would seem that Apple released Leopard with the branch of Webkit that can’t hack certain uses of SVG. Because of this, you won’t be able to see the comments, due to the use of SVG to provide head and … Continue reading

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