Beer Bubbles CSS
Another random conversation led to this experiment . . . it’s animated CSS which is pretty cool but I can’t take any credit for it.
I found this example on Codepen and then mainly gutted it to make what you see below (also a minor experiment with flexbox).
See the Pen CSS Animated Beer Pour (Forked from CSS Beaker Pen) by Tom (@twwoodward) on CodePen.
flickr photo shared by cogdogblog under a Creative Commons ( BY ) license Because I still read the posts from the good people over at HCPS I came across Doug’s post on a script that Michael Price wrote. The script sets up a form that lets anyone upload a file to a Google Folder.There’s also the potential to use it like a Google Driven Piratebox. It intrigued me so when one of our professors was asking about allowing students to upload raw video for other students to use, I figured I’d check this out as a solution. You can/should get the basics from the video that’s in the post above. I made a few alterations based on our particular needs. One, I wanted the folder to be viewable by anyone so they could get the files easily. I could have set the sharing permissions after the creation of the file by hand but . . . I didn’t want to.Computers should enable me to be lazier in the long run. I also wanted to tighten up the connection between submission and being able to see all the results. It turns out you can’t currently iframe any of this without drama so I included a link to the folder after the submission and demo’d using the Google Folder WordPress plugin I […]
In WordPress it’s easy to delay publishing until a certain date or to show posts published on a certain date but I didn’t know of an easy way to show posts associated with a certain date. What I wanted to do was allow an instructor to write a bunch of posts about art related events in the local area. They’ll be browsable in a variety of ways but we wanted the ones that were relevant to today to show up on the home page automatically so they’d get attention etc. This was one of those scenarios where I say something like “I am confident it can be done but I’ve never done it or seen it done.” In my head it made sense. I tried a few different ways but I’ll start with the one that worked and was pretty easy. It does require that you make a child theme but I plan to make a plugin that’ll do it if you give me a few days. Anyway, here’s the chunk that does the work. It is, as usual, a result of looking through the WordPress Codex. This is the source for the current time and the light finally went on that I didn’t even need to search a particular custom field as I read this piece on wp_query for […]