Not happy with the changes to Delicious, unsure about what bookmark service to switch to, well how about hosting your own, with Semantic Scuttle? That was what happened with the State Library’s Family History Bookmarks, within 24 hours of the changes to Delicious and without prior preparation, I had a customised version of Semantic Scuttle […]
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Sometimes you look at other people’s code and go why didn’t I think of that. Which is exactly what I thought when I saw Paul Irish’s elgant solution to the old conditional comments vs CSS hacks dilema. The HTML5Boilerplate by Paul Irish and Divya Manian is a collection of elgant solutions to common problems in web coding.
Boilerplate is not a template or framework, just a set of tools to get that site developed quickly. I know I will be making use of most of it in the near future.
I just signed up for RobotReplay beta, a service that captures visitors every mouse movements, click and keystroke and it is free service at the moment.
I do not want to track your every mouse move, click or keystroke on this site, I know what most the problems are with this site and will fix it with the next redesign. What I really want to do is have a good look at RobotReplay, because it could be very useful for a couple of upcoming projects …
Yes I know it is Annual CSS Naked Day and this site is still clothed. Even though there has been heaps of
hype information about it, I foget all about it till I opened bloglines this morning.
And even if I wanted to remove the stylesheet now, I can not access that part of my site.
For anybody who needs to know more about typography on the web, and that is anybody who works with HTML and CSS, you need to bookmark (or grab the RSS feed from) The Elements of Typographic Style Applied to the Web
Here are a few useful low volume mailing list for those involved in Government web services in WA and Australia in general.