Lightweight js dropdown menus.
Lots of web design inspiration in the reboot galleries this month.
A stylesheet for Google Reader, via a Firefox extension and a bit of the old copy/paste.
It’s not midnight here yet, or I’d be fast asleep (partying UCSC student neighbors have no effect on me when the head hits the pillow), but it’s late enough to flick the stylesheet back on.
Thanks to everyone who got naked with me.
And everyone who made amusing remarks about it on Twitter.
And to the guy who commented elsewhere talking up my design while it was … turned off. Yeah, you know who you are.
The reasoning behind it, of course, is that keeping content and presentation separated make things happen faster and cooler. And better, and stuff like that.
I forget, actually, but it’s crucial to the future of the Internets.
Moving on… actual content on Friday if you’re good…
It’s CSS Naked Day. Take off your design and let your semantic HTML show.
It’s CSS Naked Day.
Strip off those stylesheets and show the world the clean, semantic HTML you’ve been hiding deep inside, in your inner being, under all those layers and background images.
Oh, but could someone please remind me to turn the styles back on tomorrow morning?
Mike Davidson > John McCain. If there’s anyone in the world still dumb enough to serve images from someone else’s web design tutorial, they certainly work for a political campaign.
Seven crucial web type links at the bottom of this page.
Some useful tips, some warmed-over rounded corners tutorials. I like the rating and forms stuff best.
First spotted at SimpleBits. Square corners in 84 steps.