Text link hover are quite common, but becoming even more common is image link hovers. Why is this? Well, because you can make things look much nicer(cooler, cleaner, sharper, etc) using an image. Problem is that it can get messy with all the CSS that is involved if you don’t do it properly. I’m here to show you an easy way. Check out the demo if you’re not sure what I mean by Pure CSS Image Hover.
I was working on a website of mine when I came across the need to be able to have a script randomly pull an image from a specific folder and then display it. Obviously, server side scripting is going to be involved so I decided to write this function in PHP. Let’s take a look!
UltraMon is a utility that I’ve been for quite some time now. It’s becoming more and more common for people to use two or more monitors with their PC(or laptop) at home, and especially at work. Managing multi-monitor environments can be a pain. You have to move the windows around awkwardly, because you’re forced to actually drag the window over to the screen(and back).