Happy CSS Naked Day! Dustin Diaz started this in 2006 as a way to promote web standards. “In the spirit of promoting Web Standards along with good semantic markup and proper hierarchy structures, [today] will be a day of nakedness … Keep reading
Dear Zoe, Between getting sick and everything that happened around Christmas, this was one of your busiest months ever. So much so, that I’m only just now getting around to writing your December newsletter, even though it’s nearly time to … Keep reading
In honor of Talk like a Pirate Day, take some time to read some excellent (and some horrible) pirate jokes over at PirateJokes.net, run by my good friend Cap’n Karakas. Here’s one of my favorites: A pirate and his parrot, … Keep reading
It’s that time of year again when standards-conscious web designers shed their stylesheets and let their sites run around, exposing their raw markup to the world to promote web standards. The idea is that a standards-based site will be marked … Keep reading
Annie was unimpressed when I mentioned this holiday to her last year, and given the tiny parasite adorable baby girl she’s caring for 24-hours-a-day right now, this year will probably be no different, but here’s a reminder for the rest … Keep reading
Over the weekend, I upgraded the theme for Space Ninja. Firstly, I changed the header and footer color scheme and pattern for the holidays. I think it’s nice, and the little sprig of mistletoe over the logo cracks me up. … Keep reading
Today is the first annual CSS Naked Day! Dustin Diaz came up with the idea as a way to promote Web Standards. I’m (obviously) participating, and I’m pleased with how usable my site is with no CSS.
Happy Holidays to everyone! I hope you’re all having as great a time as Annie and I have had, though hopefully with considerably more sleep. We did our usual weekend with Annie’s family, including Christmas Eve, and then catching an … Keep reading