Category Archives: css

Just My Type

I have recently finished reading Just My Type, which I got for Christmas. In it, Simon Garfield explores some of the history of familiar and not-so-familiar typefaces. I was quite surprised how old some of them are, and how modern … Continue reading

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@media Session 7

Professional Front-End Engineering Nate Koechley Nate began by giving us a bit of historical context to the way Yahoo! has evolved over the years. He then covered topics such as Yahoo’s server architecture, graded browser support [see below], progressive enhancement, … Continue reading

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.Net Magazine Makeover

Have you read .Net magazine recently? I’ve never been an avid reader, but I was browsing Andy Budd‘s website the other day, and a blog post about .Net mag caught my eye, which made me go and search it out … Continue reading

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@media, Strategic CSS Management

Panel with Roger Johansson, Rachel Andrew and Dave Shea. Always use basic vanilla CSS and HTML files as your starting point for any project. Then work on repurposing this to suit your bespoke application. This gives you a basic framework … Continue reading

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