3 December 2003 :::
2 pm est
Letter From Baghdad
On 24 November, The New Yorker Magazine published “Letter From Baghdad: The War After the War.” George Packer’s report paints a detailed human picture of life in post-Saddam Iraq. The article has now been posted online; it is a must-read. :::
CSS Smorgasbord II
- Mezzoblue: CSS Crib Sheet
- Separate proper CSS from hacked CSS with Tantek’s Mid-pass filter. (As used in the recent SprintPCS CSS/XHTML redesign.)
- Andy Budd: “no margin for error” explains the concept of margin collapsing of vertically adjacent elements in CSS; sounds dull but Budd explains it clearly and you need to know this stuff
- webproducer.at: Flexible 3-column layout
- positioniseverything.net: 3-column complex layout demo; additional demos, articles and experiments available
- In time for the holidays: Rustboy book!
- DelaRoy portfolio
- Brendan Dawes’s interactive 911 Memorial (Phase One) lets you leave messages for the victims of the September 11th 2001 attacks.
- Color Bar Navigation: meme discovered by Curt Cloninger, posted at K10k.net.
- XHTML and accessibility in ASP.net.
- Creating accessible forms is an excellent introductory mini-tutorial by Patrick Griffiths; part of a complete HTMLDog breakfast.
- The Web Standards Project interviews Dan Cederholm on the standards-compliant redesigns of Fast Company and Inc.com.
- Hicks Design redesigns. Nice.
- For God’s sake, let it die.
- Serving XHTML as application/xhtml+xml for XHTML aware browsers, text/html for others.
- “Google hates me!”
- Around the net in 80 days: the Ask Dr Laura letter kind of makes you think. (Author unknown.) :::.