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Del.icio.us, the most popular social bookmarking portal, will soon change its look. A limited preview lets only-invited users leave theirs feedbacks about the version 2.0 of the service.
Using grids for laying content out is one of the basic principle of graphic design, at least since the Medieval Age. Much more recent is the bright idea of using grids for designing websites, in order to laying out harmonic website and increase the legibility of your designs.
Aware of professionalism is built upon knowledge and experience, the Smashing Magazine’s team gives his readers the opportunity to win one of over 40 expert books in the fields of design and development.
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Paul O’Brien shows us the positive side of negative margins on static and float elements.
Chris Pearson decided to publish the essential guide to semantic Web markup for blogs. Learn it, live it, and benefit from it.
Pro CSS and HTML Design Patterns is a valuable reference for using CSS on your website. The companion website lets you play with each pattern (over 350).
Podcasts from this year’s @media (London, June 7th-8th) are now available, including audio and slides.
Roger Johansson tell us on 456 Berea Street that the best way of explaining how people actually use assistive technology is by watching experienced users.
Jeffrey Zeldman has just published the first results from the “Web Design Survey, 2007″ on Web Design job, conducted by A List Apart.
We’re pleased to announce the release of a whole new section on CssGlance which, as we hope, could help you to handle better webdesign matters.
Jens Meiert has published on his personal website an index of all elements specified by HTML 3.2, HTML 4.01, XHTML 1.0 Strict, XHTML 1.1, HTML 5, and XHTML 2.0.
Web Accessibility Toolbar 2.0 beta for Internet Explorer is now available. It provides a variety of tools for quickly creating, understanding, and troubleshooting Web pages.
Luke Wroblewski, author of UXmatters.com, analyzes four different dynamic Help systems for Web forms. Each of these systems has its distinct advantages and disadvantages. As with all design decisions, an understanding of user needs and business goals should inform which of these dynamic Help systems is right for your Web forms.
How to set Intel-based Macs for testing pages in multiple operating systems and browsers with a single machine.
Jeffrey Zeldman explains why, according to him, the use of HTML and CSS in email impedes rather than aids communication.
From an accessibility point of view, user style sheet is a powerful tool for people with a vision impairment. But per-site user style sheet could be useful also for customising the aspect of common use applications.
Sortable, resizable, editable and accessible tables? Now it is possible using TableKit, a collection of HTML table enhancements based on the Prototype framework
Avviva Directory provides a useful list containing 31 interesting tools for “grading” your website: code validation, accessibility, speed, browser simulators and Search Engine Optimization (SEO).
Lxpages.xom Blog provides a list of free CSS Editors that you can work with to improve your website design with CSS by wasting the least amount of time.
Christian Watson, the author of Smiley Cat Web Design, explains this useful technique on his website incuding the Fireworks source file of the grid. You apply the grid to the body of your page as a background image so that it displays behind your site. Thus you can use it to precisely line up your layout.