Yearly Archives: 2010

What’s the Best Way to… Use CSS3 Today

Update: I’ve actually built-out a BUNCH of pages using some of the options below showing examples of stuff that works across all browsers, right here, right now, in this current century… Check it out: The title of this post … Continue reading

Solving the Problem with Background-Images and Print CSS

A client recently brought to my attention an issue that I always said I was going to look into more closely, but somehow just never really got around to it: print CSS. We all know we should be doing it, … Continue reading

How to Get Started with HTML5 and CSS3 (Twice…)

Amazingly, within days of each other, two HTML5/CSS3 starter kits come screaming down the Information Superhighway: First from Monkey Do! comes HTML5 Reset, with such hits as: HTML5 document structure About half a dozen IE-specific CSS files Popular IE-correcting Javascript … Continue reading

Today’s Readings

A few really nice HTML5 and CSS3 resources came out recently.  Check them out! 25 HTML5 Features, Tips, and Techniques you Must Know A good list, whether you’re experienced or new to HTML5. HTML5 Reset A starting point for all … Continue reading

Today’s Readings

Been a while!  So let’s dive right in… Anyone into stargazing?  The Google Sky app for Android seems like a pretty cool way to do it! I’ve never found any reason to consider switching from jQuery to YUI, but I … Continue reading

Wave Good-bye…

So long, I wish I could say it was nice knowing you… Craig Buckler does a nice job of summarizing the confusion that was Google Wave… Atg Top⇪

Bye-Bye Keyboard!

I can’t say I’ll miss you all that much, but we have spent a lot of time together. In fact, the very first PC I had a chance to actually play with used Windows 3.1.  And it had no mouse…  … Continue reading

Today’s Readings

The first to come after “the big blog move of 2010“.  Been busy, haven’t read a lot lately, so, get something to drink, maybe a snack, this is going to be a long one… Wouldn’t this be awesome if every … Continue reading

Non-Contextually-Speaking Has Moved

If you’re at all clever, you’ve no doubt noticed that this is not I have moved my blog to my old namesake URL, If you’ve been following via an RSS Reader, now would be a good time … Continue reading

Playing with TinyMCE Advanced Plug-in

Trying a new (to me) WordPress plug-in, TinyMCE Advanced. TinyMCE Advanced adds a ton of new editor options for WordPress, including: adding a <table> to a post/page, inserting today’s date/time, adding in-page anchor links, blockquotes, adding an <abbr> tag, adding … Continue reading