HTML5 and CSS3 bring some very cool additions to the web designer/developers tool kit. With the addition of more meaningful tagging in HTML5 (<header>,<nav>,<footer>, and more). Designers are given even more control to really build a site the way they envisioned. Today, I am going to show you how to create a 3D cube. The… Continue reading Building a 3D Cube With HTML5 and CSS3
The following series is pulled from a presentation I gave to a group of beauty bloggers hosted by L’Oreal in New York. Most of the presentation is geared toward how to make a blog more search engine and user-friendly, however I will expand many of the concepts here to include tips and strategies for sites… Continue reading Developing Compelling Content On Your Site
In this tutorial we will create a simple tabbed navigation. These tabs allow resizing, and text changing for people with vision problems, and high/low resolution monitors. These tabs also only use 1 image, and unobtrusive HTML and CSS code, lets get started!
Print style sheets are a key part to your site if it is providing information that one might one to print out. I have encountered many websites with no print style sheets, this can make it frustrating to print out articles and certain webpages. In this tutorial I show you how to make a proper… Continue reading Working with print stylesheets
Knowing how to make a fluid layout using CSS is something that every web developer should learn, and it is very easy to do with these easy steps. In this tutorial we will create a 100% fluid layout, which means that everything on the site can resize to fit 100% of the browser window from… Continue reading CSS Fluid layout tutorial
Howdy everyone out in internet land, I would like to thank everyone for the comments, and the help to get this site running great. I would also like to apologize due to lack of tutorial within the last week. I have been having some internet problems, so I haven’t really had the time to post… Continue reading Sorry for the delay…
So Wal-Mart is attempting to compete with the big boys for a new video service. Sure, they may have chosen to not support non-IE browsers because of the whole DRM/Windows Media thing, but I’d be surprised if this was the case. They could have avoided a good amount of bad publicity from an overly critical… Continue reading Wal-Mart Fumbles New Video Site
A common problem I face regarding CMS template implementation is that the HTML/CSS is restricted to only valid code. This commonly used WYSIWYG editor boasts XHTML 1.0 output but sometimes that may not be enough for a good looking document in most browsers. When working with pixel-perfect designs, this quickly becomes a major issue. Naturally,… Continue reading Client-proof Columns