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daneden / animate.js
Created Dec 6, 2011
A function to apply animate.css classes dynamically
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// Use the animate.css animations
function animate(element, effect, delay, callback) {
// Set a delay if needed
var animation = setTimeout(function () {
// Add the animation effect with classes
$(element).addClass('animate ' + effect);
// Check if the elemenr has been hidden to start with to prevent FOUC
if ($(element).css('visibility') == 'hidden') {
// If it has, show it (after the class has been added)
malarkey / Contract Killer
Last active Feb 26, 2021
The latest version of my ‘killer contract’ for web designers and developers
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Contract Killer

The popular open-source contract for web professionals by Stuff & Nonsense

  • Originally published: 23rd December 2008
  • Revised date: March 15th 2016
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daneden /
Created Dec 1, 2015
Remap Caps Lock to Emoji on Mac

How to remap the caps lock key to the emoji selector on Mac

  1. Go to System Preferences -> Keyboard -> Modifier Keys...
  2. Change “Caps Lock” to “No action”
  3. Install Seil
  4. Change the Caps Lock key in Seil to keyCode 80 (F19)
  5. Install Karabiner
  6. Open Karabiner and go to Misc & Uninstall -> Open private.xml
  7. Copy the contents of this gist's example to the XML file and save
  8. In Karabiner, go to Change Keys -> Reload XML


There are so many great GIFs out there and I want to have copies of them. Twitter makes that harder than it should be by converting them to MP4 and not providing access to the source material. To make it easier, I made a bash pipeline that takes a tweet URL and a filename, extracts the MP4 from that tweet and uses ffmpeg to convert back to GIF.


  • ffmpeg
    • macOS: brew install ffmpeg
    • Ubuntu/Debian: apt install ffmpeg