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Hide number input spinners using CSS

July 18, 2016

HTML 5 number pickers are great, since they help restrict users to the input ranges required in certain cases. Some browsers add little up and down arrows to help the user step though numbers. On some browsers the pickers show by default even when the form inputs are not focused, which is a bit ugly. You can use CSS to turn off the number input arrows. Obviously you want to put them back on focus…

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Creating a chrome extension - an update

June 07, 2013

Since I wrote my last post on creating a chrome extension , there have been a few changes to how the extensions are built - mainly that the manifest version has changed to version 2. The original post is still fine, but there are a few tweaks needed. This post is mean mainly as an update to the original, so rather than rehash the old content too much I will skim over the basics quickly. Create a…

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Creating a chrome extension that uses jQuery to manipulate the DOM of a page

December 08, 2011

There are plenty of tutorials and guides on how to make a chome extension and there are hundeds for jQuery manipulation of the DOM. There are also a few about using jQuery in a chome extension, but only for the popup window. There seems to be a lack of using jQuery to actually do something on a page. This is something that too me a while to get my head around and a bit of googling to figure out…

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