Estelle Weyl | April 15, 2013
Adaptive images are the current hot topic in the Adaptive Design and Responsive Web Design conversations. Why? Because no one likes any of the solutions. New elements and attributes are being discussed as a solution for what is, for most … More …
Estelle Weyl | October 13, 2012
My Twitter account, WebDevTips, has been reactivated. Follow @webDevTips to get (almost) daily Web Development tips in your timeline.
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Estelle Weyl | September 11, 2012
I use Twitter.com to access my tweets. I do so from several different computers and several different browsers on each of those computers. Since Direct Messages read/unread status is stored in local storage, I have to ‘read’ my DMs in … More …
Estelle Weyl | June 27, 2010
There are several new attributes for the HTML5 <input> types. This grid shows what attributes are relevant to what input types, and which browsers support each of these attributes.
Estelle Weyl | April 6, 2010
Implementing CSS3 features in your CSS file can be complex. You have to make sure that the CSS you’re feeding to FF3+, Chrome, Opera and Safari are not being read by FF2, IE6, IE7 and IE8. There’s a simple hack to make sure that your CSS3 is fed only to browsers that support it… it’s forward compliant and it’s valid markup.