Category: HTML

  • Firefox: Auto export bookmarks

    In Firefox 3, bookmarks are automatically saved. The only problem is the way they are stored, as they are stored as places.sqlite, as opposed to saving them in HTML. You can change this easily however, by doing the following:  

  • Taking MailTo to the next level

    If you’ve ever written a website in HTML, you are probably familiar with the MailTo-command, used to automatically start a new email message when the link is clicked. However, you can do so much more with the command. Here are some examples:  

  • Making bullet-point lists in HTML

    I frequently make use of bullet-point lists in my blog, and I usually code these in HTML. I like them to stand out a bit. It’s pretty simple to achieve, and here’s how: 

  • Posting code examples rendered like text

    When writing my last post I had a problem that parts of the code was parsed into the page, meaning that the result, instead of the actual code, was seen. As you can see in the post, I solved the problem, and here’s how: