If you are a Web developer, you should know that CSS-based layouts have distinct and heavy advantages over traditional, hacky, table-based layouts. If you don’t know this, you should read this article on why you should use CSS with your Web designs by Greg Rewis from Macromedia Recently, however, a novice user asked a question, […]
From Marketing profs.com Addressing the question: why are blogs important for businesses? Two important characteristics of blogs are that they are written by a person who is knowledgeable and passionate about the topic, and they are written in a “real voice.” This is a cosmic shift from the marketing and public relations materials that are […]
I presented on good Web site design practices today at Webster City Middle School. The presentation was very rudimentary, but covered some foundational elements. It was also a lot of fun. Apparently it went over pretty well with the kids too :).
AOL and Sprint have recently redesigned using Web Standards! This is a huge move forward for standards advocates. It always helps to be able to point to a big dog company when a client tells you “but we NEED to support Netscape 4.7!” No one needs to support Netscape 4.x anymore. It is a dead […]
From the great Dave Shea (creator of the CSS Zen Garden. (no relation to Dan (At least I don’t think))) (yay for parenthetical statements). I used to think [that you should develop first in IE, then test in Mozilla and the rest], but there’s a good reason why my mindset shifted. If you develop in […]