Category Archives: XHTML

Sliding Header

As I mentioned in my last post, I’ve created a “sliding header” technique: a CSS method for handling screen resize. Since buying a mac and regularly using Safari, I’ve been a bit more sensitive to the need to create pages … Continue reading

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Victory is (Almost) Mine! (Standards Compliant Slideshow via ImageShack)

I recently finished working with a local dog group on a website redesign. Intially, I was particularly proud to recreate what was a table-based layout in xhtml and css. Later, the group decided they wanted to make some significant changes … Continue reading

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I didn’t make this…

…but my students did. Here’s the winning project from my “Project Website” design challenge this past semester: a new Indiana Voluntary Organizations Active in Disaster site. Six groups of students redesigned and coded the website of a local non-profit organization. … Continue reading

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Levinas website

I can’t remember if I posted about this before, but I finished the new NALS (North American Levinas Society) website a few weeks back. This morning I coded the conference schedule for 2007–an amazingly boring job that claimed 2 hours … Continue reading

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CSS and Background Images

A couple of posts back I talked about the resume project my students have been working on–today we created a new style sheet for it using a background-image technique I first learned from Karl Stolley as a member of his … Continue reading

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Phew… busy, busy, busy

I read a really intriguing post over at Berea St. on browser testing (which links to a discussion by super-hero Andy Clarke). Johanson presents his order for testing–its interesting to see how many browsers a professional looks at. I feel … Continue reading

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So busy…

Doing all the wrong things. While I am supposed to be focusing on my academics right now, I spent the last few days in a design induced spree–CSS’ing everything in my path. It all started with my multimedia class. I … Continue reading

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A new home (page)

Here a screen shot of the rough draft: I’m looking for something bright with a textured background. I’ve been working for about three hours, we’ll see how I feel about it in the morning. Decision to sleep on: whether the … Continue reading

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