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Working with multi-select boxes in jQuery

Often, to make forms just a bit more usable, it's necessary to bring in jQuery to anticipate or assist some of the actions that the user is performing. Most of these changes are quite easy, but with some of the less-often used form elements, interaction can be surprisingly obscure.

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How to Tame The Zen nineSixty Theme

For all the hype this theme has received, I would have guessed it was created by Steve Jobs himself. Every blog post, review, and so-called "how-to" explains why a grid system is highly preferable, how it will streamline your designs, how it will change your life and make you pancakes for breakfast, etc...

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New Websites for Kalamazoo Public Schools & SIGGRAPH Asia

We had two new website launches to kick off 2010: a complete redesign and migration to a new content management system for Kalamazoo Public Schools, and a custom Drupal build-out for SIGGRAPH Asia 2010, done in collaboration with Q Ltd.

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The Right Way to Include Javascript in Your Drupal Form

Often clients want a touch of singing dancing javascript magic on one of their drupal forms. It seems like the right way to include that javascript file is to create a module that looks something like this:

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Two website relaunches: Economic History Association & LaRaedo

Just in time for the new year, we've relaunced two CMS-driven websites. After getting under the hood and tuning things up, the new and improved versions of the Economic History Association and LaRadeo website are up and running.

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A Brief Discourse on Morale and Web Development (Continued)

Often we developers are handed brown-field projects that have one or more common, morale-crushing problems that I outlined in a previous post—in fact this is probably the most common case because developers will very rarely abandon a project that is going well.

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