After my previous post about getting more volume with the Web Audio API , I decided to look into controlling the loudness of audio tags and video tags in a more straight-forward (prototypal) way. That’s when I came up with the following JS prototype: Prototypal Functions The following are all […]
The following is a function that I wrote to parse the Bible found on the Watchtower Online Library: Aftering copying and pasting the above code into the JS console while visiting any page within the Watchtower Online Library, you can run the following code to actually parse the entire Bible: […]
If your codebase is in PHP and you would like user’s to be able to login to your site using GitHub (single sign-on) you can use the following as a good starting point: Next you will need to setup an OAuth application within GitHub by doing the following: Login to […]
Please refer to my newest post about Watchtower Library on Mac.
Recently I had the desire to see a comparison of the old Sing to Jehovah songbook compared to the new Sing Out Joyfully songbook. Here is the result: Español (Cantemos a Jehová / Cantemos con Gozo a Jehová) Para todos que quieren ver una comparación del cancionero “Cantemos a Jehová” […]
When working with Windows you probably have noticed that local file paths use the backslash as the path separator. Although this is the case, even on Windows, in CSS you can use the forward-slash as a path separator to reference an image. If you want to use the forward-slash though, […]
The <canvas> can be quite useful, especially if you want to modify how images look on your site. For example, if you want to make an image appear as a gradient starting at the top with an alpha of 0 and then linearly fading to the image’s full alpha value […]