How to vertically center a clipped image with CSS
Sometimes you need to clip an image to a certain height, even though the image may be taller. This article shows you how to clip the image and center it vertically.
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The CSS toolkit and guidelines that power GitHub.
Atom snippets for writing documentation.
Created an official theme for the GitHub pages automatic generator...
When we launched syntax highlighted diffs, we needed to rewrite...
I shipped GitHub’s trending section designing and developing it. The...
After launching Global GitHub search, we focused our attention on...
Decided to give my site http://jonrohan.codes/ a little bit of a design update. More details here http://jonrohan.codes/fieldnotes/a-big-update-to-this-site/#post
Posting this after updating it a few months ago, but I thought I'd share.
I updated the following/followers pages on GitHub. Was trying to get them to be more enticing.
#laterdribbble I don't know how I didn't dribbble this before. full size here http://octodex.github.com/heisencat/
My GitHub Desk
I love stats dashboards.
From a young age, I’ve been fascinated with software. I used to sit with my family IBM PC with 8086 processor learning DOS and unscrewing the lid to look at the insides. Since then I knew, I wanted to design and build software.
After studying Computer Science in school and graduating in 2006, I decided to move out to San Francisco, CA to pursue my tech career. My first big break came when I met a small crew building a social site called Pownce. I decided to build a 3rd-party Adobe AIR client for it which eventually became Pownce desktop v2.
In the following years I worked with a number of interesting startups and great people Cake Financial, Ning, Redbeacon and SimpleGeo. In late 2011, I started my job at GitHub working on the website. While there, I have shipped so many things of which I’m proud.
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