The Personal Disquiet of

Mark Boulton

A few CSS titbits

– January 13th, 2004 –

Some interesting articles around at the moment.

ALA as always delivers the goods this week with two great articles. Faux Columns answers some questions in my mind about vertically stretching divs etc. Elastic Design adds some thoughts surrounding the whole fixed/liquid thing.

Max design has a great “how to” guide on building a full CSS site. It takes you through the simple building blocks of writing semantic code and useful CSS. There’s a great section on print stylesheets too.

Found this site of an agency called 37signals which has a good balance of design and usability. They have some really good visuals of usability reports and that kind of thing (i’m finding this sort of thing with a brand guide I need to write soon). Some good resources and writing too.

Zeldman’s done a redesign which is cool although I find the tabs a little odd.

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