Fluid Images — Unstoppable Robot Ninja
(Hello! If you think this article’s interesting, you might check out my ALA article on responsive web design.) I’ve always hated publishing. I don’t mean the industry, but the act. Hitting “print,” sending an email, pressing that “Publish” button on the CMS: at some point, you relinquish your ability to smooth down some of the sharper edges, fill in the holes of your argument, and just generally fix whatever’s broken. At some point, you just accept what’s on the page, tousle its hair a bit, and send it off into the world at large to be judged, poked, and prodded. To wit: One of the really solid criticisms lobbied against my Fluid Grids article for ALA was that all of my examples were pretty text-heavy. In Which “Looking Across the Pond for Help” Is a Pretty Decent Answer, As It Turns Out Since I started mucking around with this whole “stylesheets” thing, Richard Rutter has been one of those CSS giants on whose shoulders I frequently stand. This solved the problem beautifully.
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