Category Archives: CSS

  • Google Chromebook

    You know those things we like to call an OS through names like Windows 7, Windows XP, Snow Leopard, Lion? Take a moment to think about what your use of the computer is at this very moment. Are you using it to create complicated graphs, charts, designs, coding? The million dollar answer is the average user uses a computer to get on the internet -that’s it! We’re all living in the “cloud” so to speak. Read More →

  • Readability Rocks

    Readability is a subscription–based web app that delivers a premium reading experience around just about any readable content on the Web. Readability is unique in that it earmarks 70% of subscriber fees to be distributed out to the owners of the sites that subscribers visit. Read More →

  • Faux-Column Mayhem

    So you have heard about Faux Columns…whoopie! This is not the first time Faux–Columns have been discussed just in case you were wondering. It’s a hot topic and trick used throughout the Web Design industry, but implemented very differently by many web designers. Read More →

  • Adaptive Schmaptive

    Aaron Gustafson’s new book hits the shelves and it has changed my world forever. Aaron is not only extremely smart about what he is discussing, but also presents some really great approaches and reasoning for this technique called “Progressive Enhancement.” Read More →

  • These Darn Boxes

    Either you love it or hate it, but the content-box model is here to stay. Good news though is that we designers can now change what the box model will do for us instead of us working for it. Box-sizing has received some attention and current CSS3 specs allow the box to be sized as we would like with our trusty old CSS style sheets. Read More →

  • Border-Radius in Firefox 4

    Well today we discuss border-radius and what couldn’t be a more perfect time then to discuss this subject at the time of Firefox 4 release. Now we all love our Vendor prefixes but take a peek at what Firefox 4 can do now Read More →