View ie.js
// IE version detection - 100% reliable since it depends on IE unique functionality
var ie = (function(){
// IE <= 9
var undef,
v = 3,
div = document.createElement('div'),
all = div.getElementsByTagName('i');
while (
div.innerHTML = '<!--[if gt IE ' + (++v) + ']><i></i><![endif]-->',
all[0]
View prevent-scroll.js
;(function($, window, undefined){
// Prevent scrolling on a page
$(window).on('mousewheel keydown', function(event){
// Un-comment to only prevent scrolling when an arbitrary global is true
// if(window.preventScroll) return;
// Only prevent default on specific key presses (pageup, pagedown, end, home, left, up, right, down)
if(event.type == "keydown"){
if($.inArray(event.keyCode, [33, 34, 35, 36, 37, 38, 39, 40]) !== -1) event.preventDefault();
}
View cookies.js
document.cookie.split("; ").map(function(i){
return i.split("=");
}).reduce(function(o, v, i){
try {
o[v[0]] = JSON.parse(decodeURIComponent(v[1]));
} catch(e) {
o[v[0]] = decodeURIComponent(v[1]);
}
return o;
}, {});
View bootstrap-daterangepicker-initializer.js
/**
* Simple initializer for bootstrap-daterangepicker.
*
* @copyright David Shepard 2015 (http://github.com/kynatro)
*
* Abstracts the initialization requirements for Dan Grossman's bootstrap-daterangepicker
* (http://www.daterangepicker.com/). This initializer needs Moment.js, jQuery, Bootstrap
* and the Bootstrap Date Range Picker libraries loaded to operate.
*
* To take advantage of this script, just add [data-toggle="daterangepicker"] to any element
View gist:8151845
OriginalString.replace(/(<([^>]+)>)/ig,"")
View slugify.js
function slugify(str){
return str.replace(/[^\w\d\s\-]+/g, "") // Strip invalid characters
.replace(/_+/g, "-") // Replace _ with -
.replace(/^[\s|\-]+|[\s|\-]+$/, "") // Trim whitespace
.replace(/(\s+)/g, ",") // Replace spaces with , for spliting
.replace(/([A-Z]+)/g, ",$1") // Add , between capitals for splitting
.replace(/^,/, "") // Trim off the first comma if one was added
.split(",") // Split it apart
.join("-") // Put it together
.replace(/-+/g, "-") // Get rid of serial -
View params.js
// Could be any query string
var parameters = document.location.search;
var parametersObject = parameters
// Skip the "?" at the beginning of the string
.substr(1)
// Split into an array of individual parameters
.split("&")
// Split each parameter into an array of its key and value
.map(function(a){
View .editorconfig
[*]
indent_size = 2
indent_style = space
insert_final_newline = true
trim_trailing_whitespace = true
View README.md

Import images from an old WordPress blog to a new server (or local environment)! This simple script uses wget to download the file and place it in a corresponding local wp-content/uploads folder.

Wait, but why?

WordPress' import script is really dumb when it comes to images - even if you have the box checked to "download and import attachments", it won't actually download any images placed in your post content. This script does the download portion, but and you'll need to update the database separately.

Usage

  1. Update the urls array with your list of URLs
  2. Execute the script from your WordPress root: ruby import-wp-uploads.rb
View README.md

Embedded SVG Helper

A simple helper function that makes inline SVG embedding simple! Just add the asset_helpers.rb file to your Middleman project's helpers folder and it will automatically be loaded and made available to you in your templates. From there, simply call:

<%= embedded_svg("my-asset.svg") %>

And your SVG asset content will be embedded inline in your template. You can also pass the following options to the helper to add additional attributes to the SVG tag itself: