Jan 19, 2012 |
Miscellaneous, Snippets |
Whenever we designers start a new HTML/CSS project, we have to create a new HTML file, open it, and write in some basic code to get started. Next, we create a reference to a stylesheet. We then have to open up the stylesheet and type in a basic CSS reset. Today, I’ll share with you my personal starter template.
Sep 17, 2011 |
Miscellaneous, Tutorials |
In my opinion, grid systems are great. They provide an easy way to get started with your next project, and can simplify the developing process behind a site by a lot. However, there are some problems associated with them. Most of them are subject for a seperate post, but today, we’ll go over one of the big ones: the required classes that signify the first and last elements in a row of elements.
Sep 13, 2011 |
I’m sure all of you know about HTML5, the new HTML spec. With HTML5, you can make your site more SEO-friendly as well as easier to code and to style. Today, we’ll go over the new HTML5 elements specifically made to help with semantics.
Aug 28, 2011 |
CSS, Miscellaneous |
Well, I’m releasing an amazing new grid system today. It’s based on what I call the “rubber layout” system. There are 4 different layout types, and each one is optimized for different displays. There are also some starter styles. Check out the project page for more info.
Jul 07, 2011 |
Today I was at Lake Tahoe,which is the reason I don’t have a full post today. However, to compensate for that, I have some great pictures…