Christian Montoya shows his nifty implementation of a cookie-based style switcher for WordPress. I learnt about this first while reading Roger Johansson’s implementation of the style switcher. can add capability to your application to give your user a choice of the style. [Continue]
W3C’s CSS validator ckimbs the mountain to a new release – Fuji. It now defaults to CSS 2.1 specification for validation. The layout is new, as that of the preview of Unicorn – a tool that checks the markup and stylesheet both. [Continue]
Comments have been a popular way of adding information about the the code. They have worked fine for all kinds – from programming languages to markup languages. They have also been used to collaborate with rest of the team. [Continue]
CSS Documentation Shortcut (via Ajaxian) is a reference guide for CSS. It redirects you to the W3C help on a specific CSS property or to the Google results in case it is not found. As an additional incentive there is also a typeahead facility that will help you in case you are not sure about the spelling. [Continue]
I always insist of developing the markup, in fact semantic markup, before it is styled. The basic reason is that content is still the king and the markup structures the content. Markup is what the search engines see. [Continue]
Roger Johansson reveals the technique behind the style switcher that he uses to make his site more accessible by providing an alternate high contrast theme.
Marco Battilana has a nice way of shaking up your users for violating the validations.