Examples of CSS3 hacks

In Archive by Fredy Ore

Although hacks within CSS is a non-endorsed method by many accessibility advocates, here are some examples of filters and hacks that take advantage of CSS3. And a list of other …

Peter Ottery and the CSS redesign of the SMH

In Archive by Fredy Ore

Last night I had the opportunity of attending the Sydney June meet of the Web Standards Group (WSG), a local chapter of developers and designers pushing for web accessibility. The …

CSS Vault is a great CSS resource

In Tools by Fredy Ore

The CSS Vault website contains a selection of css websites which both inspire and are a great CSS resource. The website is a great place to visit for any designer, …

Creating better 404 error pages

In Archive by Fredy Ore

AlistApart have published a great article on creating better 404 error pages. A server 404 error page or message occurs when a website page is missing or cannot be found. …

Reducing image rollover downloads

In Archive by Fredy Ore

It looks like I’m not the only one excited about this super efficient article by Danny Goodman in O’Reilly’s Dev Center titled Super-Efficient Image Rollovers. They are lean, mean and …

Printing URL’s of links using @Media Types

In Archive by Fredy Ore

CSS properties are designed for a variety of media such as braille, handheld, projected presentations, including printers. When printing a Web page can often not include the URL’s behind those …

Scripting for 5th generation browsers

In Archive by Fredy Ore

Web Reference.com’s ‘Scripting for 5th Generation Browsers and Beyond’. An article by Eddie Traversa www.webreference.com/programming/javascript/domscripting

HTML Tables damages Web

In Archive by Fredy Ore

The Web Page Design For Designers (WPDFD) have written an article by Maxine Sherrin (The House of Style) on ‘website design Layout’ in their July issue. The article looks at …