Posts Tagged ‘CSS’
29 Mar 2005
From Gecko 1.8 For Web Developers: Columns (via: Anne): In particular some huge issues involving floats breaking across columns have been fixed. Since we use the same code for page layout as for columns, this also means a lot of problems with printing (and print previewing) pages with floats have been fixed Hopefully this means [...]
17 Mar 2005
By now you’ve probably read this elsewhere — Opera have challenged MS to a CSS comformance duel. The old acid test was first passed by IE mac, yet somehow I have my doubts that IE will take the title this time ‘round.
8 Feb 2005
Lea and Gary are going to kill me for leaving it this late, but here goes… Wednesday, 9th of February (tomorrow!!!), I’m giving a presentation to the Brisbane Web Standards Group entitled ‘Site in an Hour — Making Complex CSS Layouts’. If you’re in the area, why don’t you come along? I’d really like to [...]
7 Jan 2005
Real world scenario: A penguin walks into a bar… Hang on, wrong meeting.
Ok, here’s the deal: Consider the following HTML snippets, each containing a table of data that has been quoted from an earlier publication. The only difference is how the source is referenced. Is there one that stands above the others? Why?
3 Nov 2004
Westciv have just announced the results of their CSS template competition. While my entry didn’t take out any of the three categories it was entered in (‘no-images’, ‘print’ and ‘handheld’) it did score me a free copy of their Style Master software! I knew I should have bought John a drink after the WSG meeting [...]
19 Oct 2004
The simple technique of resetting all margins and padding that I mentioned almost a fortnight ago has recently created far more discussion than any previous journal entry. After reading some differing opinions via the original post’s comments, email and the WSG list I think it would be appropriate to take a closer look and cover these points in some detail.