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Tuesday, December 2nd, 2008

Recently I had been asked to help put together a post scroller widget for a WordPress install but sadly after it was nearly completed it was agreed that it would not “fit” the site it was meant for. And it is true, some sites, depending on who the site is meant for – the targeted […]

Notices, what notices?

Monday, November 24th, 2008

I’ve been using Blueprint css framework for a bit now mainly for the typography structure it provides.  But lately I’ve been investigating the rest of the framework.  Just a few weeks ago I noticed some of the default classes it has for forms error, notice and success. Although they do and look like you would […]

Using EM for Font Size: learning on the go

Tuesday, November 27th, 2007

With my current design and layout I am trying to use EM for my font size so that it will expand correctly when an end user resizes their font. The problem is, I am not using it correctly; I thought I knew, but I am sadly mistake. As you can tell by some crazy looking […]

Accessible and Search Engine Friendly Image Rollover with CSS and Sprites

Wednesday, November 21st, 2007

I’ve been using StumbleUpon for a few weeks now and have found a ton of sites that have given me a ton of knowledge, some that have confirmed my thoughts of quite a few things and sites that just made me shake my head at. One such site was talking about CSS Image Rollovers and […]


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