Well, I decided to review some GTK+ and Gnome development lately. With GTK+, a nice way to create a user interface is with the Glade Interface Designer. Glade produces an xml file with a glade-interface element that can be loaded by libglade. You can then change attributes of the user interface without having to recompile […]
Tag Archive for 'ui'
If you develop sites anything like I do, you’ll end up setting up a site wide layout and theme before you start coding any individual pages. I like to add YUI components where they are useful, but I’ve come across a couple little quirks that were annoying me. Here are my observations and what I […]
The YUI team has been making further enhancements to the YUI library. I decided to stick together in one post all the previous resources I’ve added for the YUI Image Uploader and make sure the uploader was compatible with the latest version of the YUI Rich Text Editor.
Here is another article from Digg.com highlighting some effective web design techniques. I’m stockpiling these for the next time I have a new project that requires a new face. This one is particularly informative since it gives examples at the beginning of how users use the web and then shows how you can take advantage […]
The Yahoo UI Library provides a nifty helper for creating tooltips. I started playing around with it when I wanted to add the same tooltip to a large number of elements on a page. What got me interested in this implementation, is the ability to use the same tooltip on a number of elements, rather […]
I’m a sucker for bleeding edge technology. After posting before about upgrading to the 8.42.3 ati drivers, I realized I was using Xorg-X11 7.2, not 7.3, which is the latest. The latest 7.3 ebuild contains a block on the ati drivers. The block is no longer necessary though because the 8.42.3 drivers are compatible and […]