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Foreign Languages and HTML
Mezzoblue put up a nice summary article (almost exactly a year ago, as chance would have it) talking about using foreign languages in :HTML: documents. Character sets, character encodings, etc. aren’t easy things to work with, so this is a useful article for those people …
Friday Jul 30, 2004 | 0 Comments
Identical Websites?
François Briatte created a survey of ten sites from well-known web designers.  He posed twenty-five questions related to the site design and then graded each of the sites. The results were interesting, if rather predictable: the majority of the sites all exercised similar design approaches …
Friday Jul 30, 2004 | 0 Comments
Clickable Link Images in CSS
Dan Cederholm has put up yet another great article on his SimpleBits site.  This one covers clickable images for link backgrounds.  This really isn’t a new trick for me—I use the same approach for the little graphics next to the external links on this site—but …
Friday Jul 23, 2004 | 1 Comment
Slants in Navigation
SimpleBits comes out with another very nice article.  This one is about Bulletproof Slants used in things like horizontal navigation bars.  There’s certainly nothing revolutionary about the ideas presented but it’s nice to have them summarized. Dan Cederholm also provides some links within the article …
Monday Jul 12, 2004 | 1 Comment
Stumbling Home
This same game has been sent to me a couple of times in the last week or so, so I figured I’d go ahead and share it.  Home Run (why that name?) is a Flash game where you try to walk… er, stumble… as far …
Saturday Jul 3, 2004 | 3 Comments
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