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Google Maps Geocoding API for PHP

Google Maps Geocoding API for PHP

1 on June 18, 2013, 11:58 pm / in Code, Google Maps API, PHP

Today I have been exploring the Geocoding function of the Google Maps API (v.3). I had never before dealt with JSON so I had some studying to do to make sense of the output. It isn’t rocket science, but it kept me busy for a while to turn it into usable data. As I’m sure more people will be running […]

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Introducing the Call Now Button

Introducing the Call Now Button

15 on October 25, 2012, 10:48 am / in Code, CSS3, plugins, WordPress

A few weeks ago I was working on the company website of my mom, http://www.detwist.nl. I had already made the site responsive, which was a huge step forward since nearly 24% of her visitors view her site on a mobile device. But I wanted more… For most company websites the leads (prospects) come in via forms. Which is an excellent […]

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JavaScript libraries and the mobile U/X

JavaScript libraries and the mobile U/X

0 on May 7, 2012, 6:44 pm / in Code, CSS3, Mobile, Responsive

Why JavaScript libraries are keeping us from a good mobile experience Responsive (or RWD) is the new black. Every designer is talking about it and every company wants it. And for good reasons: the percentage of mobile visitors is increasing dramatically! But, as many have said before, RWD might not be the best user experience for your visitors as mobile […]

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TinyNav.js turns a big navigation menu into a small pull down list

TinyNav.js turns a big navigation menu into a small pull down list

2 on May 6, 2012, 11:22 pm / in Code, Mobile, Responsive, WordPress

Today I’ve been playing with a really small jQuery plugin that turns your <ol> or <ul> menus into a pull down <select> menu which is excellent for your mobile visitors as it takes up less scarce screen real estate. The plugin is called TinyNav.js and has been developed by Viljami Salminen. It is very easy to implement. Simply include the tinynav.min.js in the […]

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