If you’ve used Safari for any amount of time, there’s a good chance you’ve noticed it allows users to resize textarea sizes. This can be a cool feature, but not always a good one. It’s not likely to do any real harm, but it may break your layout. Of course, some could [...]
There are several ways that CSS can work along with SEO. Today, I’ll cover one quick option: styling the abbr tag.
Say, for instance, you have a link that states that your site is valid XHTML. Well, inside of the link use the abbr tag around the word XHTML. Inside of the abbr tag you use [...]
Fortunately for me, I started doing Web development at a time when Web standards were moving forward with a vengeance. XHTML, CSS, and table-less designs are accepted techniques. However, I’ve still had to deal with my fair share of tables. My first job out of college, for instance, was with a company that, up until [...]
CSS can be one of the most powerful tools a developer has in their arsenal. It can make changing styles a breeze compared to inline styles. But, it can also be one of the most frustrating tools a developer has. It’s not CSS in and of itself. Rather, it’s the support, [...]
Before going into college, I hadn’t touched a lick of code. One of the biggest determining factors in choosing Web development was simply that I love electronics and “tech” things. But, once I started learning HTML and CSS, I liked it. (Then, once I really started programming, VB, PHP, XHTML, etc., I loved it.) Anyhow, [...]