Finally got around to upgrading my Foundation Grid Balancer plugin. For those who don’t know, I’m a “Yetinaut“. The definition of a Yetinaut is.
This is great because my company runs pretty much exclusively on the Foundation Framework so I get the chance to give back, but also improve on the thing I use most. Which makes for a great reciprocal relationship. Use, improve, use, improve. And so on.
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Say for example you have an image that is 200px by 200px, and you style the image in CSS to be 100px by 100px. If you use jQuery’s width() or height() method, the return will be the current height or width. IE. 100px by 100px.
This makes perfect sense but…
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I suggested we use Google spreadsheets as the delivery vehicle. It made sense. It’s a spreadsheet everyone is familiar with, the only requirement would be the browser the user is already in, and the formatting is similar to what the end goals of the client requested.
All we needed to do was to create 1 Google spreadsheet and associate the unique URL’s with the 400 some odd users. Simple right! And a great solution to a difficult problem.
However… The client loved it too much…
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