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Beginner’s guide to organizing content on mobile-friendly designs

Thursday, July 31st, 2014

If you are thinking about your first responsive design project, here are a few points to consider before you start. The beginner’s guide to organizing content on mobile-friendly designs
This post is courtesy of TNW and was brought to you by 99 designs.co.uk

CSS, HTML5 and PIE! Lots of PIE

Friday, August 19th, 2011

I’d like to share some very useful HTML development tools that I’ve found.
The latest versions of CSS allow some very interesting commands to be used allowing some very useful features. Unfortunately as with all new features, the older browsers (particularly IE)  don’t support them and can leave a very professional website looking, well, not so [...]

Using the png image format in modern web design

Friday, May 28th, 2010

The support that new browsers offer Front End Developers these days allows us to build more visually appealing web sites. Every modern browser from the much revered Firefox 3 through to IE (nuff said) 7 support the use of the .png.
More specifically, modern browsers support the alpha channel of .png’s. This is the part of [...]

Make a whole area clickable with jQuery

Friday, October 23rd, 2009

A common requirement we hear from clients at Intunet is the fact that only links are clickable on most Web sites. Increasing usability of, for example, a homepage, it is desirable to increase the link target area so that users of the site have a larger active area in which to click.

How is this possible?
This [...]


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