You might be familiar with such services as LESS and Sass. They allow for far more flexibility when creating your stylesheets, including the use of variables, operators, mix-ins, even nested selectors. However, because LESS was originally built with Ruby, a lot of PHP developers, despite the fact that there are PHP versions available, never used it. Full Screencast Quick Tip: You Need to Check out LESS.js
I didn’t really celebrate this year, just like I ended up not celebrating Christmas. It was too soon after being back from San Francisco. I wasn’t in the Christmas spirit, nor in an holidays-and-end-of-the-year mood. And well I also happened to be sick between the 23rd and the 25th of December. 2012 New Year’s Resolutions | iTibz
Support for Ruby version 1.9.3 will end on February 23, 2015 Today we are announcing our plans for the future of Ruby version 1.9.3. Continue Reading...
What's New CSS3 Menu v4.9 (March 12, 2014) * New flat skins: Neat, Refined, Facet and Jalousie * New flat icon sets: Smart-grey and Smart-orange CSS3 Menu v4.7 (January 30, 2014) * New flat skins: Posh, Boundary
When I set out to design a website, I do it backwards. I start with the design of the smallest, deepest element: the story page or search results. Then I work backwards to design their containers: section pages, indexes. Then, lastly, I work on the home page. Home Page Goals