XHTML and CSS
satzansatz — About Ingo Chao. It makes me giggle to write something so silly about a person. And I wouldn’t call someone I don’t know a pervert of any kind except that he says it himself in describing his CSS debugging service:
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So far, you were working out the browser-specific problems on your own, read the mailing lists, kept up-to-date
I was pleased to see this come in my RSS reader today: New Color Scheme Tool – Brainstorms and Raves. Shirley E Kaiser doesn’t know it, and I don’t know her or I might mention it, but she was one of my motivations for getting involved with blogging.
I’m also a painter and interested in color so I was … Read the rest
David Jacobs made a post on ProNet mailing list this week, pointing us to a page at Type Pad which explains the default HTML template classes and CSS style sheet more clearly on two pages than I have been able to gather working with the stuff for almost a year. TypePad and Movable Type share some HTML and style sheet … Read the rest
I was researching installation instructions for Movable Type, and I got a little off track. I came across this resource for “Free drop-in styles for Movable Type” over at Style Monkey.
I couldn’t easily figure out the monkey’s name to give the author credit. If you stop by you may want to wish them encouragement on their impending graduation … Read the rest
A few weeks ago, I had a discussion with Guy Leo of Galileo IMS, a friend of mine who does some work with the USBSF. We were discussing how to identify an acronym in a press release I was writing. Guy wanted me to do the traditional thing which is to identify the acronym by following it with the … Read the rest