Posted on July 4th, 2009 No comments
Here are some great resources on how to avoid using tables for form construction and presentation.
If you have some time, this is a great read. Though it has over 2,000 Diggs, it’s a bit hard to read. It strikes me as ironic that this article is about formatting with CSS… yet the page itself leaves quite a bit to be desired.
While I was researching this post, I stumbled across a “Humbling Site” CSSRemix, a site filled with the most amazing example XHTML/CSS sites that are, quite frankly, just jaw dropping. It immediately reminded me of The FWA (The Flash Website Awards). A Humbling Site is a site where, when you visit it as a pretty darn good web developer, you are instantly reminded that no matter how good you think you are, there’s always somebody better.
Posted on May 10th, 2009 1 comment
On Having Layout describes a strange property that certain elements may or may not have. Why should you be concerned? Well, if Internet Explorer is not behaving as more standards-compliant browsers are, this could be why.
See also: How to insert conditional css for IE only.
Posted on May 10th, 2009 No comments
This page at QuirksMode is the best single page reference on Conditional Comments in IE.
See Also: IE hasLayout Property