Stuart Langridge

Stuart Langridge is a web hacker, author, and speaker living in the UK. When not writing books about JavaScript or trying to convince more people to use Ubuntu, he’s a founder member of the WaSP’s DOM Scripting Task Force and one quarter of the team at LugRadio, the world’s best open source radio show. Code and writings and (the occasional rant) are to be found at kryogenix.org; Stuart is to be found outside in the rain looking for the smoking area.

Photo: Lodewijk Schutte

  1. Capturing Caps Lock

    Stuart Langridge

    Stuart Langridge ponders that if a desktop application can warn us when Caps Lock is on, why not on the web too? Avoid unsightly login errors with this handy JavaScript technique, offering the opportunity to warn users that they have Caps Lock on when entering their password. You don’t have to tell me twice.