CSS

@font-face and CSS3 Solution

I feel like I have been waiting for support for @font-face for years now. How many times have you had to make an image because a client wanted a specific type-face or have you had to limit your sites to Arial, Georgia, Verdana, and Times New Roman. Suffer no longer! (more…)

CSS

Beautiful Cascading Stylesheets

One issue, that Im sure everyone encounters is how to correctly layout your website with CSS. Should I call the top part of my site, #header or #header-top, or #top-of-the-page-header. There are so many choices, but the real aim here is to keep your naming structure semantic by creating structure Read more…

CSS

CSS Naming Standards

One issue, that Im sure everyone encounters is how to correctly layout your website with CSS. Should I call the top part of my site, #header or #header-top, or #top-of-the-page-header. There are so many choices, but the real aim here is to keep your naming structure semantic by creating structure Read more…

CSS/Web Standards

CSS3.info

Recently, I was invited by an online friend, Joost de Valk, to participate and help build css3.info, the first real informational guide to CSS3. CSS3 wont be fully supported for at least a couple of years, but we will be previewing features that are currently supported by today’s browsers.In the Read more…