Regardless of what some people say, there is one area of rounded corners that hasn’t been dealt with much and that is rounding the corners of images. Before, if you wanted to round an image’s corners, you’d have to open it up in photoshop (or whatever image editor you use) and fix it up there. But no more…
There’s been a lot of commotion lately over the subject of frameworks. You’ve most likely already read them (but there’s the links just incase), and I figured I might as well add my two cents to the mess.
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Yep, I’ve launched my reboot. If you’re a regular, go ahead and clear your cache and give this page a good refresh.
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As I’ve been designing and developing my reboot, I’ve fallen in love with a few new things. Allow me to introduce them to you:
I absolutely hate having to switch all the “< " and ">” signs in my code to “<” and “>”, respectively. I also hate having to write “&” anytime I want to include an ampersand. This makes including code snippets on my blog and whatnot extremely annoying, and today I finally got fed up.
Yeah, I jumped the bandwagon and will be launching the new elliotswan.com on May 1st with the rest of the CSS Rebooters.
figure this will give me 1) enough time to make sure the design I’ve been working on is perfect before launch, and 2) give me a reason to finish it.
If I’m really
focused maybe I’ll even have my new portfolio up in time for the Reboot.
I have a hypothetical situation, and I need some help in determining the outcome. That’s where you come in.
For the past week or so I’ve been alpha testing a stats program that you’ve likely heard of, Adaptive Path’s Measure Map. So after testing it out a while, I’ve decided to give you all a basic rundown of this thing.
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