27 Apr

son of multiselect

There have been a few fixes and upgrades to the multiselect code since the last announcement. For those of you new to the idea, the multiselect is a tool for providing a more friendly version of HTML’s <select multiple>, using checkboxes, instead of the clumsy CTRL+click method that was there before-hand. To make sure of […]

16 Mar

multiselect updates

Thanks to all the people who have tested and used the multiselect before. I’ve taken the improvements, suggestions, and bug-fixes and am now happy with a new version of it. Multiselect takes a normal <select multiple=”multiple”> and converts it dynamically into a more user-friendly interface. An example of the new and improved version can be […]

03 Sep


NOTE: This post is now obsolete. Please click here to find the most recent mention of the script. Donncha pointed this out to me. It’s an improvement over the standard multi-line select box in that you don’t need to know the magic key combination for selecting a second item without losing the first. I didn’t […]

27 Feb

new irish plans (a construction industry thing)

We’ve just released newirishplans.com, a site for finding commencement notices. This is extremely useful for people in the construction industry, as I’ll explain. Companies that work in construction need to be constantly on the lookout for new projects that are starting up. If you find a project just before it starts, you can call up […]

03 Apr

inline multi-selects

I just came across this project while looking through referers to this site. Inline multi-selects – the examples show exactly what is meant – what a brilliantly usable way to select options! I’ve never thought of doing anything like that before. It’s human-readable, and much more friendly than the usual selectbox method. What’s particularly usable […]