XHTML and HTML
<Img> tag vs CSS background image…This has caused much confusion to many web-developers I have met – many more developers don’t care. So, when should you use an <img> and when should you use a CSS background image on your element? The answer is surprisingly simple…In nearly all cases, use <img> tags for contextually important More >
Like it or hate it, the Apple iPhone has ushered in the age of the “Smartphone” which in turn has delivered mobile web-browsing to the masses. The mobile browser, whilst now broadly quite capable (at least on leading platforms), has introduced a slightly different set of requirements in terms of design and development of Websites.
Many, many designers, developers and others have written articles on how to design and/or develop for the mobile browser. I am aiming to summarise what I have learnt from several sources alongside my experience an opinion in a (hopefully) relatively quick and simple way
This’ll be a quick post. There is a very annoying bug in Internet Explorer 8 (not IE6 or IE7), Chrome and Safari whereby text inside a <strong> tag is not displayed in bold!I haven’t yet figured out exactly under which conditions this bug manifests itself so if you know, please send me a message via More >
As every web-developer knows, testing your Web pages on the myriad of popular Web browsers can often be a horrible experience…and if there’s one thing which is even worse than testing web pages in different browsers, it surely has to be testing HTML Email layout in multiple Email clients!
CSS Sprites can help to reduce web page download times and delays caused by downloading of hover/rollover background images. This article walks through the basics with an example of how you can use CSS sprites in a graphical HTML menu.
HTML 5 offers 13 new form input element types but Browser support for these new input types is very scant at present. However, with JSH5F, you can use the new HTML 5 form elements right now in supporting Browsers without causing problems for people using non-supporting browsers.
This article is a short review of the two methods I consider best.