Joined about 9 years ago. Zach helps out by being a moderator at Good-Tutorials.
Please submit thumbnails with your tutorials.
I'd really be wary of trying techniques like this. If you're concerned about accessibility, that's what the alt and title attributes are for. display: none runs a good chance of getting you blacklisted on Google, and it's a possibility that they have some CSS position identification either implemented or planned for the next few years. It's borderline stuff.
Sure; just ping me and I'll look over your "application". (Naturally too brief for a real application, but probably the most appropriate verbiage for it.)
beaner15: That shouldn't be happening; sorry for the apparent bug there. If you could, please file a bug report with some more details on your browser and operating system and I'll look into it further. Thanks!
Pretty interesting screencast and gem. Could be worthwhile in a few projects I have in mind; might fork it and play around with it some time. :)
(By the way: unless you're doing something else funky with your "clear" alias, you can quickly clear a Terminal screen with command+K.)
Good points, and all points that will be addressed in the near future. Definitely have some fun stuff in store for moderators (and the whole site, generally).
Tutorials in the Flash topic require thumbnails for a reason; they should reflect the outcome, not be a stock image you use for all tutorials.
I covered the moderator bit in detail under "meet the moderators".
Solid. John's on board with Good-Tutorials. I think my life's complete.
@dcloud - I did update one of your tutorials last night that appeared mis-categorized. I'm not sure when you last submitted, but I fixed the submit form late last night, so it should be working now.
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