Learn to write valid HTML5 and XHTML5 at the same time with Polyglot Markup!
I just switched to Linux Mint Mate. Here is the beginning of my quest to find a good Git GUI to use with GitHub and Google Code.
Lesson 1 – Before you can be a Coder, and write and publish your own WebSite, you must have a few of the right tools. This lesson will help you to know which tools are really valuable to have.
Years ago I fell in love with UTF-8. More recently I have developed a love for HTML5 and CSS3. I have found that as I am teaching these, my students have been confused about how to set Character Encodings (and … Read More
You can find a lot of information on the Internet about SEO or Search Engine Optimization. Sadly, most of it is wrong information that one so called “expert” copies from another so called “expert” who had just copied it from … Read More
Looking at a large CSS property all at once can seem a bit daunting. I am sure that many people have taking a look at someone’s style sheet and been so discouraged and dismayed as to believe “I could never … Read More
CSS Style Sheets are easy if you know just a couple secrets. In this post I reveal the secrets of why my CSS Style Sheets Work!
Are you smarter than a 4th grader? Well even fourth graders can figure out CSS Specificity with the CSS Million System. Maybe you should use it also!
Most people have as much problems understanding CSS Specificity as they do trying to understand the reasons behind the IP Address or the Netmask! But here is the very easiest way to calculate CSS Specificity. Just add up a few numbers and you will know for sure which CSS rule to follow. So simple your kids can do it for you!
The reality is that computer numbering is really very much like that of humans.