Hugh Guiney

Boston, MA

hughguiney.com

Age: 28

Filmmaker, Web Designer/Developer, Entrepreneur, Writer, Social Media “Guru”, Comedian, Critic, Teacher, Novice Rapper, Pizza/Soda Connoisseur, Caffeine Junkie

Apr
16
awarded Necromancer
Mar
30
comment Remove Sass comments on a per-file basis?
Although the information you've supplied is seemingly accurate, this does not actually answer the question; it just denies the premise of the question and answers a different one, which is not particularly helpful. If you believe what the OP is asking for is impossible or impractical, then I think it would be better to say so and give reasoning to justify that.
Mar
25
answered How do I hide ASCII art from screen readers and other AT using ARIA HTML5?
Mar
20
comment Is it acceptable to lowercase 'google' in all verb forms?
I disagree with the Grammarist here. The comments on the linked page provide plenty of counter-arguments, but to summarize: It CAN be considered a place, albeit a virtual/distributed one. And either way, it is still a specific, global computer network; it is governed by regulatory bodies (IETF, ICANN, et al.); it is the only such network in existence; and thus distinct from a generic computer network. The only point the counter-arguers get wrong is the notion of generic "internets"; there is only one; the rest are intranets and extranets.
Mar
20
awarded Civic Duty
Feb
29
comment Trying create lists with ng-repeat + polymer elements = failure
@JesseCarter I am sorry. I try hard not to downvote. But I came here with the same question and it is frustrating whenever I see somebody "answering" a question by negating its premise. Angular and Polymer CAN be combined successfully, and this answer implies that they can't. The OP may have accepted it but that does not make it useful for the rest of us. Keep in mind that we aren't allowed to have duplicate questions on here. So if somebody wants to ask the same question, it can be closed because this one was technically answered already.
Feb
26
comment Trying create lists with ng-repeat + polymer elements = failure
This does not answer the question.
Feb
22
comment Is there any way to prevent input type="number" getting negative values?
Upvoted but I think it would help to clarify what key codes are being checked: > 95, < 106 corresponds to Numpad 0 through 9; > 47, < 58 corresponds to 0 through 9 on the Number Row; and 8 is Backspace. So this script is preventing any key but those from being entered. It's thorough but I think it might be overkill for browsers that natively support number inputs, which already filter out alphabetical keys (except for characters like "e" which can have a numerical meaning). It would probably suffice to prevent against 189 (dash) and 109 (subtract). And then combine with min="0".
Feb
12
awarded Famous Question
Feb
6
awarded Notable Question
Jan
21
awarded Famous Question
Dec
2
awarded Supporter
Dec
2
awarded Autobiographer
Nov
25
awarded Notable Question
Oct
23
awarded Popular Question
Sep
20
asked Google Calendar API v3: FreeBusy request returning "The requested time range is too long."
Sep
19
asked WP REST API Access-Control-Allow-Origin response is cached
Sep
16
comment Contributing to open source bundles from vendor directory?
@mTorres that did not work for me, unfortunately. Julien's did.
Sep
9
awarded Supporter
Sep
4
accepted AngularJS UI-Router: "toState.$$state is not a function"
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