Monthly Archives: July 2004

>Get those doctypes RIght the First Time

>http://www.alistapart.com/articles/doctype/ Advertisements

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>Good things to know before webdesign

>http://www.cameronmoll.com/archives/000036.html From My Personal Experience: – Inline elements should not have a width or height property applied to them. E.g., span, em, b, etc…

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>FireFox Extensions

>This will help save time and effort when debugging websites. http://update.mozilla.org/extensions/moreinfo.php?application=firefox&id=60&vid=63

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>CSS Step 1: The Box Model

>The CSS Box Model is pretty straight forward. I think I understand what is going on. The box model pretty much talks about the borders which surround objects. These objects can be anything from pictures to text to other boxes. … Continue reading

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>CSS is Kicking my ASS!

>Yes! I said it! I am attempting to create a “liquid layout” with just CSS and no HTML. As I layout over a dozen images, so overlap some are displaced and some are generating different behaivors in different browsers. Whew! … Continue reading

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>Mono! Just when You thought…

>I remember while I was joing my internship and asked, “I wonder if there is an open source equivalent to Microsoft .NET?” Since these were all M$ people they responded like any M$ advocate would, “I do not know. Open … Continue reading

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>One or Two blogs?

>I have two blogs. My delima is weather or not I should have two blogs or one. When I first head about blogspot.com I thought it would be a greate idea to have two blogs, one for my personal life … Continue reading

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