The current state of email clients is such that responsive email is considered one of the most difficult tasks in web-development. It’s time to force the hand of email client developers. In 2001 Jeffrey Zeldman wrote: [Web] standards have been around for years. Browsers that support them have been around for six months to a […]
Before I begin, I have to say I think codes of conduct are a good thing, an essential element of a well run conference. In fact, I’d go as far to say not having a code of conduct is to neglect your duties as a conference organiser. I know a few people who have organised […]
John Allsopp had a rant on Twitter recently – as is his want from time to time – he was remarking on vertical rhythm tools around the web and his point boils down to: why do all the vertical rhythm tools for web design use pixels everywhere? I wonder if anyone paid attention at all in class. — […]
At Floate, we employ three developers. There is one full time developer and two designers who can also develop. None of us are ninjas. Nor are we rock stars. Continue reading at the Floate blog.
Every day I work with WordPress in one way or another. My Twitter feed is full of WordPress types, and I’m a regular at my local WordPress meetup. I’m a WordPress fan. The White House hosts a number of Web developers who use Drupal every day. Their Twitter feeds are probably full of Drupal types, […]
Much of the time website owners & developers decide to drop IE6 support and they forget a key tenet of customer service: it has to be focused on the customer!
I have often seen HTML forms coded as part of a lists, including from some publications and people I highly respect. I believe this to be incorrect.
Previously I wrote about sticking with an Australian web hosting provider. Soon after I relocated the Soupgiant sites to an American service provider. Situations change and so I thought I’d explain why.
Mullenweg believes that, because WordPress is released under the GPLv2 license, all themes and plugins developed for WordPress must also be released under the same license. Pearson disagrees. I believe that Mullenweg is wrong. WordPress themes can operate on other blogging platforms with minimal changes.