Pimp your CSS and Prototype code

Wil Shipley, a man in the business of writing great apps for OS X is running code improvment series, Pimp My Code, where you can submit your CSS code (75-100 lines) to refactoring. Shipley then refactors them, explaining the whys and hows along the way. Now, Andrew has started something similar for JavaScript (Prototype). Here’s what you need to do: […]

Wil Shipley, a man in the business of writing great apps for OS X is running code improvment series, Pimp My Code, where you can submit your CSS code (75-100 lines) to refactoring. Shipley then refactors them, explaining the whys and hows along the way. Now, Andrew has started something similar for JavaScript (Prototype). Here’s what you need to do:

  1. Sign up for a GitHub account if you don’t have one. It’s free and quick.
  2. Go to Gist, GitHub’s pastebin app, and paste the code you want us to refactor. Mark it as “private” if you like.
  3. Message me on GitHub with the URL to your code snippet. If necessary, explain a bit about what the code does (or should do), but don’t write an epistle or anything.

Source:→ Ajaxian