Ever since we left table based design in the early 2000s (or even later if you’re that kind of person), some well meaning developers might’ve gone overboard with the no-tables-at-all mentality, telling everyone they […]
Having images scale properly along with its container is a given when it comes to responsive web design. I’ve seen a few responsive web site over the last few weeks who seems to have forgotten this, which is a real shame since it is so very easy to fix this. All you need to do is give the images a percentage based max-width.
I have more often than not been faced with the following scenario; a client, a colleague or maybe a project manager will ask the old-as-dirt question: “What browsers should be supported in this project?” […]
This really isn’t news and this specific issue has been repeated on many accessibility oriented blogs over the years. But since I regularly see this mistake being made over and over again, I think it’s time for a revisit. I’m talking about why you shouldn’t style away the :focus pseudo-class.