Triggering a Specific Tab in the Gumby Framework

For the past few month’s I’ve been using the wonderful Gumby Framework by Digital Surgeons. One thing that didn’t come out of the box was a way to raise a specific tab when visiting a page.

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When “Random” Isn't So Random

I recently purchased a new car that has the ability to stream music over bluetooth or via USB. After tiring of handling the sometimes buggy bluetooth connection, I threw about 700 songs on a USB stick and left it plugged into the car. Now, if I’m too lazy to futz with a bluetooth connection I still have a subset of my music available for instant play.

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Keep git out of your cache folders

My good friend Adam Wiggall just shared a quick and easy way to keep git out of cache folders while still allowing the bare folder to be added to the repo.

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X-Ray Vision for Your SCSS Projects

While working on a recent web project with a fine-grained grid, I found the need to easily see the sizes of my block level elements. After trying a few techniques I settled on the following code.

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Informal Survey: Code Indentation for Embeds?

I’ve noticed myself wrestling a bit with code indentation and specifically how it relates to content that is included from “embeds” or “partials”. I hate seeing rendered code indentation all over the place.

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