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Recreating the Steam Holiday Sale 2012 Javascript Slider

Steam Slider

The slider that Steam uses for their sales is pretty cool. It features your typical product slider in the center of the page, but also has a smaller slider behind it that creates a really neat visual effect. Let's use jQuery to recreate the awesome Steam Sale Slider.

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Use the Sickbeard API and PHP to show upcoming season start dates

Here's a quick little php script that will print out upcoming season start dates from your Sickbeard.

Make sure you edit the settings at the top of the file to make sure it points to your Sickbeard install.

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Usenet Intranet Homepage

Last weekend I set up a local Ubuntu server on an old PC and migrated my SickBeard, CouchPotato and Headphones over to it. While I was there I installed SABnzbd as well to complete the package.


Yesterday I decided to make a homepage for the server and I figured other people might like to check it out as well, so I released it on GitHub!

It's a cool little one-pager that has buttons for SickBeard, CouchPotato, Headphones and SABnzbd, details of your current download, your wifi information and a list of TV shows that are coming out today.

It's completely customisable, at the top of the php file is a big array full of various settings you can tinker with.

Old browsers weren't that target audience for this project as it makes use of CSS3 and HTML5 (progress bars!)

Check it out on Github!

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DotNetNuke Snippets for SublimeText 2

Do you create DotNetNuke Skins? Do you use SublimeText2? Then these snippets might help save time!

Let me know if you have any requests or suggestions.

Now available in Package Control

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DotNetNuke Quick Tip: Remove gap between input and button

Quick Tip: Remove gap in DNN Search

A quick little tutorial on how to remove a gap between the DNN search skin object.

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