normalize.css – HTML5 equivalent of the traditional reset css

Normalize.css is a small CSS file that provides better cross-browser consistency in the default styling of HTML elements. It’s a modern, HTML5-ready, alternative to the traditional CSS reset.

The aims of normalize.css are as follows:

  • Preserve useful browser defaults rather than erasing them.
  • Normalize styles for a wide range of HTML elements.
  • Correct bugs and common browser inconsistencies.
  • Improve usability with subtle improvements.
  • Explain the code using comments and detailed documentation.

How to Access Facebook in Vietnam – Part 2

For the longest time, to access Facebook, just changing my dns to use either google or opendns worked for me. However that trick doesn’t work anymore because all the IP Addresses that normally resolves to have been blocked by the ISPs in Vietnam. I had resorted to using sshuttle – which creates a tunnel between my laptop and my server in the US. It worked, but it was slow. However yesterday one of my friends gave me a list of IP Addresses for Facebook which haven’t been blocked yet. These can be added to your hosts file and you should be able to access Facebook again! Continue reading

Ubuntu for Android – Is this the ultimate all in one device?

I haven’t been as excited about a new announcement in the Linux world since Google came out with Android. Canonical just announced ‘Ubuntu for Android’ – its a release that will enable a full desktop computing experience on a docked Android smartphone.

It will work like a normal Android phone when not docked, but once its docked, you can have the complete Ubuntu experience. This means common storage – contacts, bookmarks, documents. And it can handle calls and smses when docked! Continue reading

Mobilize.js – A HTML5 and Javascript framework to transform websites to mobile sites

Mobilize.js allows web developers create mobile sites out of existing websites with little effort.

  • Automatically detect mobile browsers
  • Easy to integrate – no server side changes needed
  • Open source – no expensive software or licenses needed
  • Familiar HTML5, Javascript and JQuery Mobile tools used
  • Supports iPhone, Android, Blackberry, Opera Mini and many other browsers and devices

They also have a wordpress plugin. Wonder if its a light weight alternative to WPTouch?

via Mobilize.js.