Here’s an example of using Bootstrap’s modal plugin for site navigation. This will animate your navigation in nicely and is great for portfolio and brochure style websites that don’t require second level links.
Decided to have some 8-Bit fun this evening and experimented with a horizontal parallax effect similar to side scrolling games.
CSS3 Horizontal parallax effect was inspired by this post by Keith Clark.
Oki’s Wagon One of the bands I play drums in released our debut album today! Its up on Bandcamp as a ‘Name your price’ download. Pay as much or as little as you’d like or just stream!
This app was created with the following technologies:
This app is currently work in progress and addition features will be added over time.
You can control the Little Man by tilting your phone! It should capture input from your phones accelerometer if its “Smart Enough” 🙂 Its a bit buggy and the physics is a bit basic. But I hope to make some improvements in velocity, acceleration, add in some gravity so he can jump, maybe some wind?
Anyhoo, complete credit for the sprite image that I used goes to 10firstgame’s wordpress blog, I hope he doesn’t mind me using it!
This evening I decided to give my website a bit of TLC and updated it to WordPress 3.6 nicknamed “Oscar” after a Jazz artists of yesteryear. I’ve also switch from my original theme to TwentyThirteen – the new default theme that comes packaged with WP. I have to say I’m impressed with what you get for free these days!
I’m going to try and update the blog more often. I think I must have forgotten about it! So expect to see some posts in the near future!
Here’s an php array of the counties in Ireland. I searched Google and couldn’t find one so I thought I’d put it here!
$counties = array('Antrim', 'Armagh', 'Carlow', 'Cavan', 'Clare', 'Cork', 'Derry', 'Donegal', 'Down', 'Dublin', 'Fermanagh', 'Galway', 'Kerry', 'Kildare', 'Kilkenny', 'Laois', 'Leitrim', 'Limerick', 'Longford', 'Louth', 'Mayo', 'Meath', 'Monaghan', 'Offaly', 'Roscommon', 'Sligo', 'Tipperary', 'Tyrone', 'Waterford', 'Westmeath', 'Wexford', 'Wicklow');