The newest internet buzz is HTML5 and CSS3. But not all browsers support it, that’s where Modernizr comes in.
LESS extends CSS with variables, mixins, methods and nested rules. In short, it makes CSS a lot easier to work with, and speeds up your web design.
jQuery Mobile Alpha was released last week, and I just had to have a play. In short, it’s really amazing.
A recap of my trials and tribulations, troubles with tribbles?, moving reven.co.nz to a WordPress site.
Wondering where xmlTVNZ has gone? What happened to reven.co.nz?
So I’ve been playing with IE9 Beta for a day now and thought I’d share my thoughts on it, what I like and dislike etc.
It takes a lot of work to make a web site look good/the same in every brower. Most of the time it will look the same in Firefox, Safari, Chrome and Opera. But IE is a problem.
A quick overview of what I learnt at TechEd 2010 New Zealand and what I found interesting.
Mostly around HTML5 and CSS with a few tips and tricks I picked up.
This is my rant about why I don’t believe Flash should be used on the majority of websites and definitely not a means to add a “wow” factor.