Content tagged as 'CSS'
posted on Mar 5, 2010.
Coding websites is often thought of as being a highly technical craft, but that fact remains that the foundation of all coding is the languages that are used to do it. In this first post in a two part series, we are going to take a different view of coding for the web, by looking at various coding languages as they relate to actual, human language.
posted on Mar 2, 2010.
Should designers be able to code? That’s a big question that has been debated quite heatedly in recent weeks. In this post, guest author and developer Amber Weinberg weighs in with her own views on the subject, based on her own extensive experience coding her clients’ designs.
posted on Nov 17, 2009.
Surprisingly, there are a number of websites out there that are subject to being hijacked or broken by unexpected browser defaults. Is your site at risk? Read more about why this happens, and what you can do to defend your sites against it!
posted on Oct 13, 2009.
I really love dark website designs. In this post, I have collected 25 prime examples of this kind of design from around the internet, to help inspire your creativity. I hope you enjoy these!
posted on Aug 27, 2009.
In this post, we take a look at the awesome 960 Grid System. This tool allows web designers to build their sites up around a 12 or 16 column grid and supplies the necessary style sheet for creating content elements that fit perfectly into that grid. Have a read – it could be well worth your while!