A stub is a short article which rounds up little bits of information that I’ve found throughout the week. These may be web or computer related, or they may be more general things. It’s more a personal log than an actual article, reminding me of things that I may’ve forgotten, but some of it may be of help to someone else!
A belated Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year! This is the first of these articles which , after having great trouble writing any of the articles that I have planned to over the holidays, I’ve decided to start so that I can at least get something on the page! It’s also part of my New Year’s resolution to write more!
- Amazon is a powerhouse of precision and organisation and Christmas is no exception!
- Microsoft are actively working to push IE6 – IE8 and WinXP out the door, and bring in a nicely standards compliant IE10 for all. Rey Bango explains all.
- Gridset is a brilliant tool which should help to get a pixel perfect website, while still using a grid system and wireframing.
- Adobe may have a good WYSIWYG web editor AND a powerful CSS editor on its hands.
- Using JPEGs in your site? They should be progressive.
- There’s a simple but common and effective use for
- A bell ringer’s official title is a Campanologist
- Knowing people gets you all the best things in life.
- CSS gradients are officially stable. But you’d better still use 2 out of the 3 syntaxes for 2013.
- You can now get a latest release, full desktop operating system on your smart phone, but is that a good thing?
- Things always take double the time you think they’ll take and it’s even worse if you’re on holiday!