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Mark Lee
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Web generalist working in higher-ed: front-end dev, social media, communications, html+css+javascript, design, etc.
Web generalist working in higher-ed: front-end dev, social media, communications, html+css+javascript, design, etc.

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If you’re interested in building virtual reality experiences for the web, then one of the most approachable ways to go about it is to use a framework like A-Frame.
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2014 has been a great year for getting out of my comfort zone, and in keeping with that theme, last month I gave my first-ever conference presentation with a couple of amazing colleagues at #HighEdWeb14 in Portland, Oregon. This presentation was about online maps —specifically higher-ed campus maps—and over the past several months I’ve collected a lot of information and resources that I’d like to share. #maps   #highered  
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How to build your own slideshow from scratch in javascript, css, and html...

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It’s a do-over! This is another fairly basic slideshow, written in javascript, html, and css. This is a dual-purpose project, it’s meant (1) to be something you can drop right into your page and use if you so choose, but it’s also meant (2) as an example/tutorial showing you how to build a simple DIY slideshow from scratch on your own. You can see a couple of demos of the finished product here: http://leemark.github.io/better-simple-slideshow/.
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Using the z-axis to solve design problems.

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Jen Simmons delivers A Love Letter to HTML at Fluent 2014: Fluent 2014, "Keynote With Jen Simmons"

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So this is a thing that happened this week, we launched a big project I've been working on for a while. Check it out at http://www.coloradocollege.edu/facesofinnovation.
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This seems like a great solution for creating responsive data tables.

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End of an era. A  long, bad era. Though, anyone else remember being excited about IE6  because it was so much better than what had come before?

"jQuery 1.12: This will be the last release to support Internet Explorer 6 and 7. " http://blog.jquery.com/2014/04/02/browser-support-in-jquery-1-12-and-beyond
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