In working on large, long running projects with dozens of developers, it is important that we all work in a unified way in order to, among other things:
- Keep stylesheets maintainable
- Keep code transparent and readable
- Keep stylesheets scalable
There are a variety of techniques we must employ in order to satisfy these goals.
The first part of this document will deal with syntax, formatting and CSS anatomy, the second part will deal with approach, mindframe and attitude toward writing and architecting CSS. Exciting, huh?
The combination of bright colors and exotic typography has paved the way for unique flat interfaces. Minimalism is a big part of this design idea, and you can see how popular these trends have become in recent months. Flat website design is a brilliant concept because it focuses solely on the content. But many designers are unfamiliar with the latest trends and don’t know where to get started.
How of many of you remember Compuserve? What about Prodigy? I'm asking because, back in the good ‘ole days, they were popular services that allowed you to communicate with other people from all over the world. In many cases, they offered complementary services, such as forums or classified services, not to mention a pretty appealing user interface (for the time).
Some of you may be too young to even know about those services, but I'll go out on a limb and assume that everyone's used either AOL Instant Messenger, Skype, or Yahoo! Messenger at some point. The main thing is that they were meant to facilitate communication. In the ever-growing world of remote teams and worldwide collaboration on projects, the ability to get good, immediate feedback is critical to solving problems. Interestingly enough, all of the services that I noted above, while awesome in their own way, have taken a backseat to another medium for developers: IRC.
An Advanced Guide to HTML & CSS takes a deeper look at front-end design and development, expanding on what is covered in the beginner’s guide. Studying modern front-end development, this guide teaches the latest for any designer looking to round out their front-end skills.
Face à ces constats, la seule voie praticable semble être de devenir capables d’imaginer et de mettre en place des politiques de sécurité adéquates. Tout l’enjeu de ce guide est de fournir cartes, sextant et boussole à quiconque veut cheminer sur cette route.
Un guide à lire, relire, pratiquer, en solitaire ou à plusieurs, à faire découvrir et à partager… ou comment affiner l’art de la navigation dans les eaux troubles du monde numérique.
Have a blog? With small adjustments, you can noticeably improve its typography. Your readers will thank you for it.
This guide will help you understand the typographic foundations that will improve the readability of your articles.
« L’intelligence économique est l’ensemble des activités coordonnées de collecte, de traitement (d’analyse) et de diffusion de l’information utile aux acteurs économiques. On peut y ajouter les actions d’influence et de notoriété ainsi que celles liées à la protection de l’information indique Wikipédia.
Le nombre de guides méthodologiques ou de gestion de projets en intelligence économique pour les entreprises et les organisations se multiplie à mesure que l’Internet prend une place de plus en plus importante dans les processus de veille stratégique ainsi que l’utilisation des outils mobiles.
As we wrap up our recent poll on ordering CSS properties, it brings up the larger issue of CSS style guides. Ordering properties is just one choice you have to make that makes up a complete styling strategy. Naming is a part of it. Sectioning is a part of it. Commenting, indentation, overall file structure... it all makes up a complete CSS style guide.
HTML5 is certainly one of the latest buzzwords in the web community. It is not something new anymore and we have already seen how cool it is. Features like simplified doctype, more semantic markup, input types and placeholders are just some of the reasons you would like to use a HTML5 tags.
This document defines formatting and style rules for HTML and CSS. It aims at improving collaboration, code quality, and enabling supporting infrastructure. It applies to raw, working files that use HTML and CSS, including GSS files. Tools are free to obfuscate, minify, and compile as long as the general code quality is maintained.