Tuesday, June 20, 2006

View Source Chart Firefox Extension

One of the best practices for any (X)HTML newbie is to split any existing code to it's elements.For example,when I was started (X)HTML (4 years ago)I have to right-click on any webPage-->viewsource and start to reading the whole code from scratch.Specially, when I had to understand Tables...it was to boring.I invented a personal way!I made it color!and then when I recompiled (if compile term is right!) it , the target table was colored:) and....
Last night,I saw a FireFox extension which draw all of your webPage in a very nice and colorful diagram.When you install it,you have to restart the FireFox.Then when you you right-click on the webpage,in the down part,you see "view page chart".
I promise you will surprise when you see the output.it's a very nice and inventive hack:)

Monday, June 19, 2006

Plone2.5 has released

1-OK....It's very interesting news for any Plone user/developer:)specially because of it's approach to Zope3/Five ..... check it out youself and Have a lot of Fun ;)
2- I have decided to change my blogging Style! you know,I've never posted any experimental tasks I've done yet.(just 1 or 2 ,I think).I wanna tend to this road...

Wednesday, June 14, 2006

Flock.....web2 browser?

I've just downloaded Flock.It's very nice with Web2 extensions like Some of the features include drag-and-drop photo uploading for Flickr and Photobucket, an in-built RSS aggregator, direct blogging tool, and shared favorites/bookmarks.... check it out.

3D from 2D

researchers at Carnegie Mellon have found a way to allow computers to extrapolate 3 dimensional models from 2 dimensional pictures ....

Very nice work...It's like a dream ;)