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Author Archives: Mark DuBois
For those individuals participating in the Illinois Web Design Contest in Springfield on April 12, 2013, you may wish to examine these links prior to the competition. Note there will not be any Internet connections allowed during the actual contest. … Continue reading
Last week, I examined the recently released Adobe Edge Reflow tool itself. I thought it might be worthwhile to examine the generated code. For reference purposes, the file I created last week is the one I plan to examine in … Continue reading
Responsive design (where content is modified to display on a given device) is easy to discuss and sometimes difficult to implement. Not only should your text be positioned properly for various devices, but images and fonts should respond accordingly. The … Continue reading
CSS files can become quite large/ cumbersome. Additionally, there are some issues with CSS. These include: not having an ability to use math (for example take current border width and add 5 pixels to it), not being able to reuse … Continue reading
Now that we have some understanding of some of the capabilities of Node.js, it is time to investigate its true strength – as a web server. Recall that many reseller accounts will not allow Node.js to act as a server … Continue reading
I realize that not everyone wants to write HTML. Tools like Dreamweaver make it much simpler, but there are times (particularly when taking notes) that an alternative might be more appropriate. Markdown has been around for a number of years. … Continue reading
Bootstrap is a framework for front end web development and uses HTML5. One can employ responsive web designs with relative ease (the page will shrink and images will resize as the amount of screen real estate is reduced). This framework … Continue reading
The world of CSS is changing rapidly and CSS-filters are definitely a great indication of what is coming to a browser near you soon. In order to actually work with these, you will need Chrome Canary (the experimental version of … Continue reading