How To Add A BandCamp Download Code Form To Your Website

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BandCamp has a artist/label feature that allows fans to redeem download codes for free music (pretty cool). In order to redeem a code, fans need to visit a page on the artist’s BandCamp site (ARTIST_NAME.bandcamp.com/yum). But what if you wanted your fans to redeem the codes from your website instead of sending them straight to […]

Making Google Maps Controls More Accessible

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As of late 2019, Google Maps does not include alt attributes (blank or otherwise) on the img elements within the fullscreen control button. This is the case for both the Javascript API and Embed implementations. The missing alt attributes cause accessibility audits such as Chrome’s Lighthouse tool to give a lower score for such tests. […]

Visualizing Subscriber ZIP Code Data For Your Mailing List

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I have an email sign up form on my music website that has an optional ZIP Code field. I built a small web app that accepts a CSV file and outputs the ZIP codes, or any other address data, on a Google map with markers for each subscriber.

Obfuscating File Paths for HTML Audio

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The audio element is a fantastic part of HTML 5 that give you a ton of control over the UI and functionality of media on a page. However, it is far too easy to open up Dev Tools, find the absolute file path to a media file on a server and download it for free.

Bullet Journal 2017

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I’ve been keeping a Bullet Journal for a few years now, but I’ve been rather inconsistent about using it. This year, I want to be more intentional about using my Bullet Journal on a daily basis.