Monthly Archives: October 2014

A URL Friendly Hash Algorithm

I always try to use GUIDs to identify public resources on a website: //www.code-overload.co.uk/private/4B979F21-BAEF-46EE-A1E2-B62C114DCFA7 In order for this to work the GUID needs to be persisted, usually in a database. If you can’t persist it, but you need the public … Continue reading

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Using Ellipsis in CSS

It can be a bit tricky getting CSS ellipsis working, so here’s a simple example: I’ve created a JSFiddle example.

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