Andrew Milligan wrote and asked if I’d be willing to review his Sumo Lounge Omni bean bag chair. The thing is huge and here’s my review.
Posted: November 20, 2006
The base tag can be both a good thing and a bad thing in certain circumstances… personally I prefer to define a base URI using a different method;
Posted: November 13, 2006
Providing alternate content is becoming increasingly important given the rapid advancement in Web technologies. Take the extra step and provide graceful degradation for your applicable content.
Posted: November 06, 2006
The link can be used for much more than linking external stylesheets. Not only can browsers take advantage of the tag, it can help out with SEO too.
Posted: October 30, 2006
The new design got me thinking about image replacement techniques and I think I’ve come up with a good technique for solving the problem of readers with images disabled and CSS enabled.
Posted: October 23, 2006
It was time for a redesign and reorganization so after a solid weekend of work, I proudly present Monday By Noon Version 2.
Posted: October 23, 2006
Oct 16, 2006 by Jonathan Christopher product ★★★★ Personally, I’m a big fan of the thought process behind Bulletproof Web Design. The idea of creating a design that can withstand virtually any change — within reason — seems great to me. Beyond making your site design bulletproof, you can also do quite a bit defensively […]
Posted: October 16, 2006
There are some tags and attributes within HTML that have been neglected and/or forgotten by many developers. There are many tags and attributes that you may have never heard of before, but could prove to be really useful in an upcoming project. tabindex Can Make Things Easier Many of the included tags and attributes within […]
Posted: October 09, 2006
Coming up with a good method for marking up forms can be one of the more difficult things as a designer/developer. They have a tendency of looking awkward and ugly and can be the low point of any project you’re working on. There have been countless articles written and techniques developed with the new and […]
Posted: October 02, 2006
After three weeks of offering only partial content in my RSS feed, I’ve decided to switch back to providing full text. After seriously considering it, providing a partial RSS feed defeats the purpose of a site like this even having one, really. The site is devoted to reading, writing, and talking about Web design, development, […]
Posted: September 27, 2006