CSS Random Background Image Rotation

Edit: If you do not have access to the PHP source code on your site, try this random background image script generator Here’s something I’ve been playing with lately to add a little bit of visual dynamic interest to sites that don’t have frequently changing content. The concept is not new – use image rotation

FireBug for Firefox

Joe Hewitt has just released the latest version of FireBug, a holistic debugging tool for Firefox. FireBug reports on errors and warnings in CSS, JavaScript, AJAX and the DOM, and allows you to inspect and debug each in a handy console. Another very useful tool in the web developers box, and one that I’m already

Web Directions 06

From a rumour, to a promise, to fulfilment. Maxine Sherrin and John Allsopp have pulled together a fantastic program of speakers for the inaugural Web Directions conference in Sydney, and look to improve on the previous Web Essentials conferences. Over two big days of WD06, plus two days of workshops, you’ll hear from international speakers:

Firefox and Java JRE update problem fixed

This article was originally published on 28/03/2005. Firefox browser could not display Java applets following a recent upgrade to the Firefox browser and the Java JRE. A simple solution found. A little background to this story. As a devout convert to the Firefox browser, I immediately upgraded to the latest release, Version 1.0.2, when it

Web Essentials is dead – long live Web Directions

As the saying goes, every cloud has a silver lining, and the silver lining to the demise of the Web Essentials conferences in Sydney is the birth of Web Directions. The new WD06 conference is organised and managed by two of the three people who brought us WE04 and WE05, Maxine Sherrin and John Allsopp,