One thing that every developer can agree on is that code readability and maintainability is a Good Thing. Nobody wants to come back to a project several months later only to find the critical piece of it is poorly formatted, uses three separate programming paradigms, and Oh My Goodness why is it using Exceptions as [...]
Archive for the ‘CSS’ Category
I gave a presentation last night on the topic of improving web design for developers. On the topic of CSS I gave a very simple demonstration on using a non-table based layout. It went well over all, but I didn’t have a ton of time to get it perfect and resulted with this.
It works, but [...]