Notes from Jeff Croft’s “Grids, CSS, Standards and Tomfoolery”

This is a collection of links and quotes from last night’s Atlanta Web Design Group meeting. Jeff Croft discussed “Grids, CSS, Standards and Tomfoolery”. While it’s hard to follow along without seeing his presentation, the links are in order from when they were mentioned. View slides here.

Target Safari with CSS

I recently ran across an issue with relative positioning in Safari. Luckily for me (and you), Dustin Brewer found a way to get Safari to behave: [css] @media screen and (-webkit-min-device-pixel-ratio:0) {      /* Add your Safari-specific styles here. */ } [/css]

WordPress 2.7 Comments – Style Starter #1

WordPress 2.7 Comment Style Starters: WordPress 2.7 Comment Style Starter #1 WordPress 2.7 Comment Style Starter #2 Stylizing Threaded/Nested Comments in WordPress 2.7 In case you missed the first post related to WordPress 2.7 comments, please check it out. As promised here’s some starter CSS for stylizing comments in your WordPress 2.7-compatible theme. I hope… Continue reading WordPress 2.7 Comments – Style Starter #1

Stylizing Threaded/Nested Comments in WordPress 2.7

WordPress 2.7 Comment Style Starters: WordPress 2.7 Comment Style Starter #1 WordPress 2.7 Comment Style Starter #2 One of the features I love in WordPress 2.7 is the ability to have threaded (nested) comments up to 10 levels deep. While viewing comments on this – or any WordPress 2.7-powered – site, you’ll notice a Reply… Continue reading Stylizing Threaded/Nested Comments in WordPress 2.7

Housecleaning

I’ve been messing with the site a bit, so if things look screwed up, forgive me. Seeing as this isn’t that far of a departure from what I already had on this site, I’m considering this Version 13.1.0. I’m trying to clean up my templates, add some additional functionality that I’ve been missing, and add… Continue reading Housecleaning