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.