Why use `click` in one place, but `bind click` in another? Is there a need for that?
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It’s fairly trivial to create a playlist for HTML5 video, thanks to the new media API . If anyone has a design for how this should look, I’d be happy to write the code.
That’s so odd. I’d love to know if this is something to be worried about or not…
Ahh – he beats me to it…with a better look example. Dang that refresh button.
Here’s a 60-second example that you might toy around with.
Hmm – I just the viewed the site in Firefox 8 and Chrome 15. The fonts look the same.
Maybe this is getting you? http://css-tricks.com/watch-your-font-weight/
@aaranmcguire – Truthfully, it’s because our dev team would prefer that we not have one.
Yeah – you can get more control by using CSS counters. Here’s an example: http://jsbin.com/emagik/2
This way – you don’t have to deal with nasty spans in your markup.
Depends on the project. Flash is the right choice in some cases. Lots of flashy music/band websites are built in Flash, and that’s fine.
To really dig into Ruby and Ruby on Rails.