Announcing my new A List Apart column on The Business of Web Development.
Archive of: Writing
When Five Simple Steps approached me to write a pocket guide for their new series of short, digital format only books, I thought it a great chance to cover the cutting edge of CSS layout. I wanted to cover those new proposals in CSS3 that have the potential to radically change how we layout web pages.
Yesterday Zeldman wrote,
The first thing I got about the web was its ability to empower the maker. The year was 1995, and I was tinkering at my first website. The medium was raw and ugly, like a forceps baby; yet even in its blind, howling state, it made me a [...]
The oldest post on this blog is from April 16th, 2001 – archive.org has older articles going back to the 12th of February that year from my first proper blog, which ran on a very basic platform I wrote myself in Classic ASP. So I’ve been speaking my [...]
I got back from our two day honeymoon on the Isle of Wight to find that my latest book – co-authored with Kevin Yank – is out. It is currently available from Sitepoint and should be on Amazon before too long as well as in local bookshops.
One of [...]
The 2nd edition of my book ‘The CSS Anthology: 101 Essential Tips, Tricks and Hacks’ has now been released and is available from Sitepoint.
This updated version covers Internet Explorer 7 and newer techniques made possible by widespread use [...]
HTML Utopia: Designing Without Tables Using CSS, is the second edition of Sitepoint’s second ever book, originally written by Dan Shafer. I’ve updated the book to include information and advice about the latest browsers and techniques as well as rewritten the second part to explain some of the [...]
Posting this mainly for the benefit of any other freelances who are trying to find out information about what to do regarding unpaid invoices following Highbury House going into receivership on January 20th.
Rob Buckley has been doing some excellent detective work and has information about the sale of [...]