Category Archives: CSS

Ah Ha Moments – Handcrafted CSS

I recently started reading Handcrafted CSS by Dan Cederholm (just want to add that I am not being paid to blog about this book, it’s amazing, go buy it). I just finished chapter 1 and there are a few Ah … Continue reading 

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Ah Ha Moments – Handcrafted CSS Chapter 1

I recently started reading Handcrafted CSS by Dan Cederholm (just want to add that I am not being paid to blog about this book, it’s amazing, go buy it). I just finished chapter 1 and there are a few Ah … Continue reading 

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Comments are the Devil

I recently read Chris Coyier’s article entitled Show Markup in CSS Comments. I was actually a bit angry that so many responses praised this and so few were turned off from the idea. I appreciate the idea of making things … Continue reading 

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Giving Your MVC Views an Identity

One of the great CSS tips I got from Zen of CSS was to put an id on the body tag of your html pages.  This makes it really easy to use one CSS file for your entire site (a … Continue reading 

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Parsing XML-like Files

The quantity of data now stored in XML, HTML, and other similar formats must now be absolutely huge. Fetching that data from XML-like files is largely seen as a solved problem on many platforms, but I’m going to look at … Continue reading 

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