Somebody sew my head on please!
Posts tagged ‘css – xhtml’
Dustin Diaz created this ‘holiday’ to promote Web Standards by stripping away the presentational (CSS) elements on a site to show semantic markup and good structure.
I’ve got a little toning up to do beforehand – off to my workout. 🙂
Dan Cederholm’s book Bulletproof Web Design 2nd Edition is now available.
Oh, and if you build websites and aren’t interested in CSS and Web Standards, kiss your sweet job goodbye. 🙂 Still can’t believe y’all are out there, but I’ve seen your work.
This cool post on Design Vitality lists a bunch of sites and tools for website designers including:
- open source web design programs
- website templates & css layouts
- automated CSS tools and generators
- blog themes & templates
Been working with custom WordPress themes lately and stumbled upon Small Potato’s WPDesigner.com site.
Not only does he turn out lots of kick-ass WordPress themes (now under GPL license), he’s created a wonderfully exhaustive tutorial on creating custom WordPress themes.
WordPress.org also has a lot of Theme Development information that I highly recommend. But if you’re starting from scratch, definitely check out Small Potato’s tutorial. He does a great job of explaining each step in the process and the purpose of all of the included code.
Oh, the time I could have saved if I’d found Mr. Potato sooner. 🙂