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Perfection / journal / nascentguruism
"If there’s a single piece of functionality that you feel you can’t provide in raw HTML, you’re doing it wrong." Yes. Steve is, by and large, right about all of this. This is why front-end development is worthy of being a role in its own right.
design  markup  clientside  development  frontend  structure  webstandards  doingthingsright 
november 2007 by infovore
53 CSS-Techniques You Couldn’t Live Without | Smashing Magazine
Hmn. Some good ones in here - a fair few nasty hacks with Javascript and poor markup liberally smattered around, though. Caveator factor.
css  design  webdesign  webstandards  markup  reference  links 
january 2007 by infovore
kingcosmonaut
Rather attractive weblog; author working on nice WP theme.
webdesign  webstandards  weblog 
february 2005 by infovore
@media 2005: Web Standards & Accessibility
Web standards conference in London, June 2005. The downside: it's about £350. Erk!
webstandards  conference 
january 2005 by infovore
WestCiv Style Master podGuide
Could be a lifesaver: westciv's Style Master CSS guide all ready to go as iPod notes
css  cssguide  ipod  ipodnotes  nifty  webdev  webstandards 
december 2004 by infovore

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