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akikoo / gist:6200960
Last active Jan 9, 2018
Automatic Responsive screenshots creation with PhantomJS and CasperJS.
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* Automatic Responsive screenshots creation with PhantomJS and CasperJS.
* Adapted from the Responsive Design Workflow book by Stephen Hay (
* Usage instructions:
- Install PhantomJS ( and CasperJS (
- Save this script as `screenshots-multipages.js` in a folder somewhere in your filesystem
- In the same folder, create a subfolder called `screenshots` (defined in `screenshotFolder` variable)
- Define the URLs you want to process in `baseUrl` (string) and `links` (array) variables
akikoo / scss base template
Created Jul 7, 2012
SCSS (Sass) template with cross-browser CSS3 mixins
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/* Welcome to Compass.
* In this file you should write your main styles. (or centralize your imports)
* Import this file using the following HTML or equivalent:
* <link rel="stylesheet" href="/stylesheets/screen.css" media="screen" type="text/css" /> */
// This comment is not output to CSS
/* This comment is output to CSS */
// The CSS3 module provides cross-browser mixins for CSS properties
akikoo / gist:2944398
Created Jun 17, 2012
Detect from JavaScript whether media queries have been executed in CSS
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<!DOCTYPE html>
Technique for maintaining the media queries in CSS only. Media query CSS
execution is detected by JavaScript that reads the CSS generated content value.
akikoo / gist:2906490
Created Jun 10, 2012
jQuery plugin boilerplate
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* jQuery plugin boilerplate
* Inspiration:
* Author: Aki Karkkainen/@akikoo
* Licensed under the MIT license
akikoo / gist:2906478
Created Jun 10, 2012
IE browser sniffing using conditional comments
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* Browser sniffing using conditional comments. JavaScript Patterns book.
* It is slightly safer than looking for strings in navigator.userAgent,
* because these strings are easy to change by the user.
* Having this:
* var isIE = /*@cc_on!@*/false;
* will set isIE to false in all browsers (because they ignore the comment),
* but it will be true in Internet Explorer, because of the negation ! in the
* conditional comment.
akikoo / gist:2906364
Created Jun 10, 2012
Cross-browser event object
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* Cross-browser event object
* Adapted from Professional JavaScript for Web Developers, 3rd Edition, by Nicholas C. Zakas
* Usage example:
* eventUtil.addHandler(elm, "click", function (e) {
* e = eventUtil.getEvent(e); // Get event object
* eventUtil.preventDefault(e); // Prevent default action
* });
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