While developing the code analyzer PVS-Studio intended for searching issues in 64-bit and concurrent software, we came to the need of collecting fresh information on the Internet on some topics. For example, it is always useful to answer the questions of programmers who may be interested in our tool on various forums and blogs. While collecting the data we found out that there is much information on the Internet and therefore manual search might be very long and tiresome. Thus the task of automating the process of searching for fresh data appeared. In this post we will tell you how we do this.
But I bet you have said right now: "Ha-ha! The guys are reinventing the wheel and are not aware of Google Alerts". Well, we are aware of Google Alerts. And it is almost the thing we need but not quite :-). We have been using Google Alerts for more than half a year and did not manage to get what we needed. And here is what we need:
Tags: Google, html, Php, script
Andrey2008 31 january 2012, 17:00

The CSS syntax is simple, and in order to understand it is not necessary to have a doctorate degree in the field of IT. However, this is one of the few popular languages, which is not logical. Unlike other web programming languages such as JavaScript and PHP, the problems are not solved by the usual logic in the CSS. Algorithms such as “if X, then do Y, otherwise do Z” or “select all Y, then make with them X” cannot be implemented in a language like the CSS. This language created for the mounting, a language for designers, rather than developers. Some of the most experienced programmers spent a lot of effort in order to learn the CSS.

Learning of CSS begins with the classes and ID, as well as the use of. and # for the direct indication of elements. This is enough to build the fully functional website, but it is not enough flexible solution in the case of a complete change of design. Let us take a look on an alternative approach to control such elements that hard to reach.

Adjacent sibling combinator


Let us start with the selector, which is handy in the difficult situations. The adjacent sibling combinator is indicated by a combination of two elements with a symbol +:

h1 + p
Tags: Css, html
Killer 23 september 2011, 15:49