We all know how important is for websites to load as quickly as possible. Optimizing your CSS files is one way to improve the performance of your website. Faster loading times equals increased usability and higher user satisfaction. While you … Continue reading
Designers have enough to worry about when doing a design. From trying to decipher what the client wants, to getting a hold of the appropriate assets and choosing the right colors and fonts to use, which only scratches the surface … Continue reading
You hired a designer, and worked with them to create a beautiful design for your website. They finished the design and delivered the source files and said thank you very much for the business, but wait … what now you … Continue reading
http://www.carhartt-streetwear.com — http://www.abc-baseball.com From the good and oftentimes imitated folks at TaprootCreative.com. The distressed looking photograph in the header loads randomly on every page, as usual I can’t quite dissect exactly how they did the scripting …anyone? They have optimized … Continue reading
http://www.stoutlabs.com A web development & design laboratory, minus the mad scientist, plus the ExpressionEngine CMS. http://www.catchdigital.com/ A flash animated plasma-like background with various foreground layer alpha effects. Throw in some sIFR, jQuery accordion menus and sexy graphics & icons, and … Continue reading
One of the reasons some people prefer absolute sizing rather than using em and percentages is the inconsistent approach to rounding half pixels in Browsers. John Resig investigates the reasons.