Tag: Web

Responsive images – end of year report

Published 4 years 7 months ago on November 13, 2013

If I were forced to pick one at gunpoint (because that’s feasible) I would choose images as being the biggest “yet to be solved” issue with responsive Web design. That’s a lot of air quotes and ridiculousness, but bear with me because I’m serious. Images are almost a necessary evil. Yes we can make awesome […]

The Web We Lost

Published 5 years 5 months ago on January 24, 2013

This isn’t our web today. We’ve lost key features that we used to rely on, and worse, we’ve abandoned core values that used to be fundamental to the web world. To the credit of today’s social networks, they’ve brought in hundreds of millions of new participants to these networks, and they’ve certainly made a small […]

Web Design Manifesto 2012

Published 6 years 1 month ago on May 23, 2012

Web Design Manifesto 2012 – Jeffrey Zeldman Presents The Daily Report. I’ve got to hand it to Zeldman (again), I really enjoyed reading this and found it very refreshing. Our community is super critical. I wouldn’t call it cut-throat and I wouldn’t really set it apart from many other industries the world over. The trouble […]

Caret Navigation in Web Applications

Published 6 years 2 months ago on April 25, 2012

Caret Navigation in Web Applications. This is an insanely detailed walkthrough surrounding a troublesome issue with caret navigation in textareas. Not only is the walkthrough fantastic, I love the way the author took the time to call out exactly what we’re thinking as we’re reading. There are a few times I caught myself asking a […]

SuggestRSS is Back and Way Better than Ever!

Published 8 years 8 months ago on October 6, 2009

SuggestRSS is a website dedicated to helping you find some new feeds!

Current Events: Lazy Admins and WordPress Security

Published 8 years 9 months ago on September 7, 2009

WordPress has been receiving some bad press about a recent security issue. Make sure you’re not being lazy.

Google’s “Let’s Make the Web Faster” Movement

Published 9 years 6 days ago on June 29, 2009

Google’s Let’s Make the Web Faster and Page Speed Firebug add-on can help you optimize your Web pages.

Improving Your Process: Thinking More About Your CSS

Published 9 years 1 month ago on June 1, 2009

It’s important to constantly improve yourself, even when you’ve become completely comfortable with it. CSS is a simple technology, but putting proper thought behind it can make a stylesheet beautiful.

Building Functional Alt Sites using SWFAddress

Published 9 years 1 month ago on May 18, 2009

When developing a full Flash website, it is very important to provide an effective alternate site for viewing. SWFAddress helps extensively with exactly that.

Covering the Implication and Basics of CSS Animation

Published 9 years 2 months ago on May 4, 2009

Allowing CSS to control the animation of various aspects of your document can have some very interesting implications. Should CSS or JavaScript control animation?

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