Archived posts, August 2006
I was recently interviewed for the multi-author publication Fadtastic about CSS, accessibility, mobile web design, and food blogs.
A redesign of 456 Berea Street is in the works, so things may look out of place or appear broken for the next few days.
A Firefox extension that lets you see the contents of an HTML document’s head element without viewing source.
Impressions from working with Veerle Pieters on a redesign of 456 Berea Street.
If I could make one single improvement to the way Mac OS X handles networking, I would make it stop littering remote volumes with .DS_Store files.
When an HTML document contains a base element and text in floated elements, the text becomes almost unselectable in Internet Explorer.
How to use URL rewriting in combination with .htaccess to redirect requests for XML/RSS feeds to FeedBurner.
Making Google’s home page use valid HTML 4.01 Strict and CSS for layout reduces file size by 21 percent.
A Web browser for Windows based on the Apple WebKit rendering engine, which is what Safari uses.
A very helpful book for anyone looking to improve and modernise their DOM scripting skills.
There are so many stylish, easy-to-use and fully featured newsreaders available for Mac OS X that it’s hard to choose one.
The recent design trend of light text on dark backgrounds is reducing the readability and usability of many sites for certain people.
How to use PHP to create a style sheet switcher that lets users switch between two different layouts.
Using select boxes for hundreds of options is not very user friendly, but is there a better way of presenting long lists of options?
Older versions of Mozilla and Firefox for Mac OS X have a bug that sometimes makes them miscalculate line-height when no unit is used.
Ten tips for organisations about to start a new website project, whether they are building a completely new website or redesigning their current one.