Google has finally released an official beta version of its Chrome browser for Mac. The initial beta version, termed Build 22.214.171.124, requires Mac OS X Leopard or Snow Leopard, and is only compatible with Intel-based Macs. In addition to the Mac release, Chrome for Linux has also been promoted to a beta version.
While developer builds of Chrome have been available for nearly six months, only now does Google consider it full-featured enough and stable enough to promote to its “Beta” release channel. Work will continue on Chrome with additional Developer Preview releases occurring on ...(continue read) tags: browser
I could say - I always write code that’s valid and “Apply Source Formatting” as Adobe Dreamweaver CS4 does it , but the truth is I’m a hack.
I get things to work with spit and chewing gum, and my code is a sloppy mess. Tidy Service to the rescue!
Tidy Service is a OS X Service that cleans up markup using the powerful HTML Tidy library originally created by Dave Raggett. The version of HTML Tidy used in this build corresponds to the binary version released on February 11th, 2007.
HOW DO INSTALL IT?Download Tidy Service
Copy TidyService.service file to /Users/<your home ...(continue read) tags: Development
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If you are a web designer or do any work matching colors with photos, you are in luck. Mac OS X comes with a cool little program to help you get the digital value of any pixel on the screen. It’s called Digital Color Meter.
Here is how to do it:
Step 1: From the ‘Finder’ menu, choose ‘GO->Utilities’ or click Shift + Command + UStep 2: Next, open the app, ‘Digital Color Meter’Now, you can change the aperture size to smaller (left) or larger (right). Also, you can use the drop down menu to choose what format you want it represented in. For HTML coding, ...(continue read) tags: 10.5
Apple Design Awards 2007 winner! So, we code web sites by hand. And one day, it hit us: our web workflow was wonky. We’d have our text editor open, with Transmit open to save files to the server. We’d be previewing in Safari, adjusting SQL in a Terminal, using a CSS editor and reading references on the web. “This could be easier,” we declared. “And much cooler.”
Coda is a unique web development environment that offers a complete file browser (both locally and remotely), publishing, full-featured text editor, WebKit-based preview, CSS editor with visual tools, full-featured ...(continue read) tags: HTML
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Panic Inc. creates some of the best Mac software on the market. From Coda to Transmit to CandyBar, Panic’s software simply works. One of the great things about two of their most popular applications, Transmit and Coda, is that they function very well together. Coda’s FTP functionality is built on Transmit’s, and, because of this, Panic has made it easy to import one’s Favorites from Transmit into Coda.To import Favorites from Transmit to Coda:
1. Launch Coda,
2. Select “Sites” from the menu bar,
3. Choose “Import Transmit Favorites….”
As long as your copy of Transmit is registered, ...(continue read) tags: HTML
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