This was the warning message I got when I tried out CSS Lint the other day. It confused me, had something changed and I hadn’t realised?
In my humble opinion, not enough people know about or use MySQL transactions. Personally I think they’re invaluable and can make keeping your tables in sync a cinch!
I’m usually very quick to shout “Flash is dead” when a designer asks if a site will be in Flash, so let me explain why. Flash isn’t dead, not by a long stretch, but its habitat is being encroached upon. I’ve been creating Flash sites for over 10 years now, so I’ve seen the rise and fall of the use of Flash in websites.
I was reading a blog post extolling the benefits of explaining to clients that they can’t have rounded corners (or other CSS niceties) in older browsers. The author argues that it’s too time consuming and expensive to get the same effects in browsers such as IE 7 and 8. Bollocks.
So it’s Monday morning, and the new Campaign Monitor Editor is live! Woo! Yes, it is sad that this is the highlight of my Monday morning.
OK, is the title confusing? It confuses me! I can’t think of a succinct way of explaining this, or just how freakin’ cool it is. I did just use the word freakin’ yes. Anyway, tiling backgrounds are great, except that they’re just so darn uniform. That’s fine if you want a uniform background, but if you want something a little more organic then you can be looking at some quite hefty file sizes.