Monthly Archives: March 2010

A JavaScript Content Switcher That Works Without JavaScript | impressivewebs

Recently, while doing research/work on a completely unrelated topic, I came across the beautiful illustrations on Rype Arts, which are displayed inside of a JavaScript-driven content switcher. For some reason, I happened to visit the page with JavaScript disabled and […]

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The Basics of CSS3 | webdesignerwall

Last week I posted a CSS3 dropdown menu and someone complained that I didn’t explain the CSS code in detail. Well, here is a post on the basics of the new properties: text-shadow, box-shadow, and border-radius. These CSS3 properties are […]

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Pagination: Best Practices for SEO & User Experience

We’ve been getting a lot of questions in Q+A and on the road at events like last week’s Miva Merchant conference, Online Marketing Summit and the YCombinator conference about how to properly paginate results for search engines. In this post, […]

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CSS bar charts—styling data with CSS3 and progressive enhancement

Bar charts in CSS are neither very new, or very difficult. Using some pretty basic styling you can force lists etc into resembling graphs and charts fairly easily. Such charts, in their most basic form, work perfectly well in displaying […]

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Button Height and a Broken Box Model

When I figured out the workaround for line-heights in form buttons last week, I also discovered an interesting discrepancy (feature?) across all major browsers in terms of buttons and the box model. Check out this article for a more in-depth […]

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