Something I’ll be putting on the portfolio here soon – a redesign of my personal blog. This is a redesign of the blog, which runs on Drupal 6 and features a blog and photo galleries. It’s not the first Drupal-based theme I’ve ever created, but certainly the one I’m happiest with.
When I’m working on a website – any website – I’m thinking about how to maximize the audience that site gets. I’ll make my best efforts to ensure that the pages can be viewed properly in the majority of web browsers, and I’ll do my level best to test that the code is accessible and [...]
Mani Sheriar has written an interesting post on the Vitamin website about her experiences with XHTML and CSS web design. Though Mani touches upon the basic benefits of streamlined CSS/XHTML design, like improved accessibility, page loading and search engine friendliness, she focuses mostly on the long-term benefits of the Standards-based approach. How easy is it [...]
Posted in Web Design & Standards on Saturday, January 6 2007 | Comments Off
Cameron Moll recently redesigned his website to a width compatible with a 1024 x 768 pixel screens. I’ve started to become convinced that this is the way to go, as 800 x 600 resolution monitors slide even further into obscurity. Anyway, Cameron recently posted some useful grid images that you can use in CSS design [...]
Posted in Web Design & Standards on Tuesday, December 19 2006 | Comments Off