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Posts Tagged ‘css’

Forming form guidelines

Who knew web design could be so… academic? Since I got back from @media I’ve been hard at work on a set of guidelines which ideally will one day guide the interaction and styling of all forms on the myriad of BCIT web applications though right now will only be applied to anything in the […]

This time it’s not IE.

Wow, FireFox does not play nice with styling legends. FireFox, I’m not mad, I’m just disappointed.

If you can’t say something nicely…

I have lots to say but trouble finding the time and words to say it. Blog posts I hope to make in the next two weeks: Taking credit where credit is due – in response to a discussion about women in IT at zeldman.com. My thoughts on the hiring process and the job market and […]

Styling Our Style Sheets

I’ve been wanting to seriously redo some of the HTML and CSS behind the BCIT site since I came on board here almost a year ago. Well, I get my wish. We’re going to take some baby steps towards semantic HTML and CSS (POSH if you like) and despite my aversion to being in charge, […]

Don’t judge me on my code

Just like the current BCIT site’s code is horrible thanks to our restrictive CMS I’m not happy with my current blog theme, please don’t judge me on it.

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I am, for the most part, self taught when it comes to HTML and CSS. I’ve take a few courses to get a piece of paper that says I can do what I say I can do but learned very little from them. I spotted this little CSS tidbit in a presenter’s code at the […]

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