There. The secret is out!
Now go add SEO to your site. bcolbow.tumb…secret-sauce[+]
Brent Simmons on curly quotes: “When you don’t use them, I think you’re an amateur.”
We strongly agree. inessential….curly_quotes[+]
Long outstanding fixes for the TextMate HTML bundle (doctype, tag folding, attrs): gist.github.com/1386199[+]
WTF Mobile Web? wtfmobileweb.com/[+]
InstaCSS – handy find-as-you-type CSS reference / docs search (with regex support). instacss.com/[+]
rem. CSS3 unit, just like
em but always relative to the root element. Wowza! w3.org/TR/cs…es/#rem-unit[+] /via @beep’s blog.typekit…ible-letter/[+]
More on information architecture, mental models and designing user experiences in @iA’s interview by Dorm Room Tycoon. dormroomtyco…nces-design/[+]
“One reason why there are few simple websites is simply because it’s difficult to reduce anything to its essence.”
– Oliver @iA Reichenstein
Mou – an upcoming OS X Markdown editor for web developers. Currently in beta. mouapp.com/[+]
@rasagy Yup, the aim was not to get rid of scroll bars altogether. We were okay with vertical scroll after a certain point.
@rasagy Ah, yes, intentional again. Maybe you find it odd as you are resizing the browser. In most practical scenarios we want the padding.
@rasagy If you mean the current width/height when the scrollbar(s) appear, then yes, we didn’t want to go any smaller than that.
Media queries afford us not just horizontal but also vertical responsiveness. Our very first site featured both. v1.miranj.in/[+]