jsfiddle.net – sharing code on your blog

If you like me have a where you I recommend using the jsfiddle.net to host your code and then add the link and embed code showing your code in a “live” state. You get a setup where you can in a fast way create or even running complete examples. Things have been predefined for you so you have 4 windows where you have HTML, Javascript, CSS and live preview.

Choose your
You can add frameworks like javascript, AngularJS and other css frameworks. I tend to also add a CSS theme using the “Manage Resources” I simply paste my currently preferred CSS theme “Cyborg“: http://bootswatch.com/cyborg/bootstrap.min.css.

Many advantages
The jsfiddle.net offers a lot of great features for HTML/CSS/Javascript coders which some of them may take some time to learn, I advice you to try it out. You should get a free account and get started.

Example: Using the CSS3 :target pseudu class to highlight currently targeted element

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