An automatically generated list of links that caught my eye between September 1st and September 3rd.
A new year is (almost) here, and along with that, it was time for a bit of a refresh to the design. It’s not a huge change — generally speaking, all the bits are in the same basic places — just a little fine-tuned and tweaked.
Would it be too much trouble to say ‘I read about this _here_, and you can buy it or get more info _here_,’ instead of forcing your readers to jump through multiple hoops? By the time I found my way to the source page, I’d pretty much lost interest in it.
A silly, simple one-day-only design change to celebrate Halloween. Have fun today, and watch out for ghoulies, ghosties, and things that go **bump** in the night!
Wacom is currently having a ‘Go Platinum / Go Pro’ photo/design contest.
Printing often seems to be the bane of web publishing doesn’t it? Thankfully, CSS allows a remarkably simple way to avoid having to deal with all these frustrations. With a little bit of coding time, you can create a special ‘print stylesheet’ that will determine exactly how your page looks when it’s printed out.
Up until now, all the various design tweaks I’ve made on this site have been conducted from within the TypePad interface, without my mucking about with any of the code. That’s starting to change, however, as I start to tweak the templates to my liking.
There’s an excellent article up at A List Apart that provides far more information about TypePad’s features and capabilities than has been released so far.