‘Web Design’ Category

The perfect weblog system

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August 7th, 2004
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LinkyLoo, Web Design, XHTML Tips

The perfect weblog system: A well thought out list of requirements for the “Perfect weblog”. Though I personally do not agree with everything on the list, this is worth watching. Find some more “Ultimate Weblog” definitions at actsofvolition.com/archives/2003/may/theultimate

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Blog Comment Etiquette

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August 2nd, 2004
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General, Web Design

With the recent surge in comment spam and the renewed enthusiasm to arrest spam in comments, I have also been noticing a nasty trend in comment verification mechanisms. It might be my own irritability (due to a bout of influenza) that is propounding the problem, so bear with me if I am off the mark. I read a lot of blogs and I like to leave comments. Your commenting system, be it because of some goofy spam moderation technique or in a futile attempt to curb incorrect XHTML, should not prevent people from leaving comments altogether. Without mentioning any names or blogs, I wish bloggers would consider their visitors to be more important than a few instances of comment spam or an incorrectly formed XHTML comment. If you feel like you need every commenter to register on your blog (or stand up on one foot and cluck like a chicken) […]

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wordlog.com

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July 26th, 2004
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Blogging News, General, Web Design

Wordlog.com: Carthik is too decent to tout his own creation so I am going to do it for him. He has created another blog to write about WordPress related items. Very good content from a very accomplished and appreciated contributor to the WordPress world. Go visit him and bookmark!

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PNG in Windows IE

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July 24th, 2004
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Cool Scripts, LinkyLoo, Web Design

PNG in Windows IE: Fix/workaround for Internet Explorer users who wants to use/abuse PNG transparency on their webdesigns

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WordPress CSS Guides

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July 14th, 2004
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LinkyLoo, Web Design, WordPress Hack

WordPress Design and Administration Guides: I dont know why I did not notice this before, maybe it has been mentioned before, but if you are using WordPress and would like to know how to customize it to your liking AND you dont know where to start, this is a very nice place! Thank you Podz!

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Browser War Survey

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June 25th, 2004
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Web Design

In keeping with an IE centric co-worker, I would like to request my readers to post their browser usage percentages as comments to this post. All I am looking to understand is the overall percentage of IE users versus Mozilla based browsers. There are some caveats. Most statistics fromblog sites are somewhat jaded. I say this with a smiling face because bloggers tend to be more tech savy in most cases and are more prone to using real browsers. For example: this blog has 40% of its hits from Mozilla based browsers. Staistics from sites which attract a *lot* of International visitors do not count because International users tend to use IE for the most part. (I might be wrong about that assumption) Every peice of statistic has some pecualirities associated with it. If you have one or a couple, please do not forget to mention them. So, I am […]

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thought anomalies. archives. fluid shadows.

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June 23rd, 2004
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Cool Scripts, LinkyLoo, Web Design

thought anomalies. archives. fluid shadows.: Oooooh. More CSS Shadows, only now they are fluid!

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netdiver.net –> a new media design portal and digital culture magazine ->��feed your eyes!

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June 21st, 2004
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LinkyLoo, Web Design

netdiver.net –> a new media design portal and digital culture magazine ->feed your eyes!: A wonderful design portal, not necessarily web design.

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Burningbird >> Clashing Colors

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June 20th, 2004
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LinkyLoo, Web Design

Burningbird >> Clashing Colors: Interesting method to find the right colors for different elements in your stylesheet.

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