Let me first say, I don’t think password confirmations are bad UX design. But I ask you, are they really necessary? I don’t think so.

Let’s take a look at some popular sites which have millions of users. These are industry leaders.

Let me first say, I don’t think password confirmations are bad UX design. But I ask you, are they really necessary? I don’t think so.
Let’s take a look at some popular sites which have millions of users. These are industry leaders.


I recently stumbled upon a bug in angular. https://github.com/angular/angular.js/pull/1661

At the time of this writing the bug is still present in version 1.0.5 (stable) and 1.1.13 (unstable). Maybe it’s not a good idea to bind to a primitive type in an array but let’s say you had just a simple javascript array of strings and you want to repeat those in unordered list. Seems simple right? Now say you want to update the array model - let’s call it list.


Not had a lot of time to write lately with my 11 week old daughter, wife and work keeping me more than busy. But while I was working I was looking up RFC 2324 (http protocol) status codes and ran across this 418 I’m a teapot code.


I like Weebly’s social integration with Facebook and Twitter but it is missing Google’s +1 integration. To add Google+ to my Weebly blog, I just add two javascript includes to my website footer (header won’t work because we require Prototype.js first).

I can add scripts in my Settings > Search Engine Optimization (SEO) e.g, see the picture. If you’d like to replicate this on your Weebly blog, you can probably do the same as I’ve done below.

As a side note, I am assuming Weebly uses similar identifiers for all it’s web sites when it renders the ${content} section of blogs, so if that is true then hopefully my scripts should work for your Weebly blog too.

I started by looking at the Google Plus builder and I noticed this <g:plusone> tag you can add anywhere on your website. However, I didn’t want to have to manually add this to every single blog post, so I decided to do some scripting.