Tag Archives: Web design

LaTeX en WordPress

En cherchant un peu sur le net pour trouver comment insérer du LaTeX dans une entré de blog, je suis tombé sur le site Using LaTeX in WordPress qui fournit toutes les informations nécessaires pour le faire. Certains sites offrent même un service web qui permet d’insérer une image avec une adresse contenant l’équation LaTeX désirée dans son document et leur serveur la générera automatiquement … Continue reading LaTeX en WordPress »

Ways of setting a CSS property to an element in GWT [UPDATED]

When I needed to add or modify a CSS property of an element in Google Web Toolkit (GWT), I’d always do it like this :

However, if there was already any style information for defined for that element, it would be overwritten. You could get the current attributes first and then readd them along with your new info but there is a much cleaner … Continue reading Ways of setting a CSS property to an element in GWT [UPDATED] »

GWT, state and external application-handled links

I came across the problem of having to open an external link (handled by a specific application, in this case Spotify) from a GWT application. The link does not load an actual page in the browser but only triggers Spotify to play songs from the artist specified in the link. For example, for artist Howie Day, this was already implemented in my application simply as … Continue reading GWT, state and external application-handled links »

How does your web page look in every browser? (Updated)

Every web designer knows that making a web page come out just right in every browser can cause quite a headache, especially when combining elements like W3C standards and IE6. It’s hard to have a working copy of all the different browsers and all the different versions to test. Browsershots.org to the rescue! Browsershots makes screenshots of your web design in different browsers. It is … Continue reading How does your web page look in every browser? (Updated) »