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The Mojave Experiment… It Doesn’t Really Suck That Much

For those that haven’t switched to a Mac yet here are some stats that might wow you from the Mojave Experiment website:

  • Vista is 60% less likely to get infected by Malware than SP2… Mac is about 0% likely
  • Windows Vista is compatible with 200 Security programs… I don’t need a single one… I have a mac
  • 37% of vista users say they are “somewhat likely” to recommend it to others
  • 46% of current Windows users said they are somewhat satisfied with Vista

For some reason I’m not really itching to give Vista another look.


August 20, 2008 at 9:04 pm Leave a comment

How to Size Text in CSS

One of the most practical articles you’ll read in a while on CSS was published in A List Apart this week: How to Size Text in CSS. Alhamdulillah I’ve been struggling with trying to figure out which way to size CSS texts.

November 24, 2007 at 11:44 pm Leave a comment

Being Kind to Widows and Orphans

No, this is not one of those charity posts.
It’s all about my favourite plugin. Imagine a plugin that could improve
the typography of your page with no complicated setup. Controlling type
online can at times be difficult. However, things have just gotten a
whole lot easier with the release of the Typogrify plugin.

November 19, 2007 at 4:10 pm Leave a comment

POSH – Plain Old Semantic HTML

A nice new acronym for a basic concept that should be deeply ingrained into every webdeveloper/frontend developer is making the rounds. POSH – Plain Old Semantic HTML.

To start writing semantic markup, you need to:

  • Validate your HTML
  • Stop using tables for layout
  • Use semantic elements and attributes for their intended purpose
  • Use semantic class names and id values
  • Use as little HTML as will get the job done

November 19, 2007 at 7:19 am Leave a comment

CSS Fix to Screen Readers Ignoring “display:none”

456 Berea St summarizes a solution to the problem of screen readers ignoring “display:none”.

November 19, 2007 at 7:08 am Leave a comment

CSS Buttons: Rediscovering the Button Element

Kevin Hale posted a solution to creating CSS buttons that look anyway you want using only CSS that work across all browsers. Nice!  (via’s upgrade of Blueprint)

EDIT: Related to this is Alex Griffioen’s How to make sexy buttons with CSS that uses the sliding doors technique.

August 12, 2007 at 8:22 am Leave a comment

Blueprint CSS Framework

Found via many sites is the awesome Blueprint CSS Framework developed by Olav Bjorkoy.

August 12, 2007 at 8:16 am Leave a comment

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