Are you looking for a good example of what not to do when designing your web site? Many survey sites are perfect examples of many of the things that can be done incorrectly so as to really annoy the visitors to your site so that they tell everyone how bad your site is.
Archive for July, 2011
Both HTML5 and CSS3 are considered to be the next great thing by some people involved in web development. While CSS3 is broken up into modules where some have already effectively become standards while others are still in early draft, HTML5 is still at a very early draft stage. This doesn’t mean that you can’t […]
Some scams are far more obvious than others. Some are really subtle and leave you wondering for a long time whether they are legitimate or not. Gradually the evidence builds up one way or the other. Virtapay Scam
After about a week of trying, I finally managed to obtain an account in the Google+ trial.
The third CSS “how to” tutorial that I wrote which shows how to combine the horizontal and vertical centre options. Dead Centre
FaceBook’s Definition of Real People
Some web sites have implemented logins that make use of a Facebook login in order for you to be able to get into your account with them. Now this wouldn’t be a big deal if they offered an alternative for those who don’t have a Facebook account but in many instances Facebook is the only […]
Centring your content vertically is relatively easy in modern browsers even if the way to do so isn’t obvious to those just starting out with CSS. Where the problem with doing this arises is that IE7 and earlier do not support the CSS standard way of doing this and so you need a workaround for […]
When first starting out on using CSS for positioning a lot of people have trouble working out how to centre a block of content. The very first “show you how” page on CSS that I ever wrote was the one explaining how to do this. Since some people at the time were still using IE5 […]