Using a simple button example to remind myself about the fundamentals of user interaction and expectations.
Category Archive for ‘CSS’
Around Christmas, I had a client ask for masthead imagery that would automatically swap in/out based on the time of year. Here is the HTML/PHP I used…
A protracted discussion about CSS frameworks like Blueprint has broken out over at Jeff Croft’s blog. I respect everyone contributing to it, but the energy spent on that topic seems [...]
A fun part of customizing Wordpress themes is designing a comments format which complements the rest of the site. Here are three examples from recent projects, including code samples and downloads to the original .PSDs…
As linked in Smashing Magazine’s article “70 Expert Ideas for Better CSS Coding“, various developers have posted source code for their baseline stylesheet at one point or the other: Christian [...]
The folks at 456 Berea Street have created a nice resource for CSS3 specs. Browser support is slightly better than I thought, but still not great.