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October 30, 2013

Sassy //

A brief look at the upcoming Sass for Web Designers from A Book Apart.

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September 24, 2009

Any Other Type //

A brief look at Typekit, first out of the gate of a new breed of services that make using real fonts on the web painless while protecting designers from the licensing minefield of using raw fonts or other embedding technologies.

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July 16, 2008

Updating the Webkit CSS TextMate Bundle //

Notes on recent changes to our Webkit CSS properties bundle for TextMate.

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June 27, 2008

Safari/Webkit CSS3 Snippets for TextMate //

A near-complete set of CSS3 language snippets for advanced features found in Webkit/Safari.

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February 9, 2008

SXSW Web Awards Finalists //

The Wishingline Design Studio, Inc.-designed and developed site for FiveRuns has been announced as a finalist in the CSS category for the SXSW Interactive Web Awards to be handed out on March 9th in Austin, Texas.

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December 8, 2007

A Clean Sweep //

For quite some time I’ve wanted to do something with the notebook since it’s felt like I’ve been seriously neglecting it. For one reason or another that isn’t far from the truth. I haven’t been posting much throughout the last…

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November 9, 2006

The Size Of Scrollbars In Windows XP //

Am I missing something or are the scrollbars in the standard theme in Windows XP 1 pixel wider than those in Windows 2000 and Mac OS X?

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June 30, 2006

Revisiting Sliding Door Buttons //

Revisiting and improving upon CSS-based “Sliding Door Buttons”.

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May 9, 2006

Sliding Doors of CSS Buttons //

Sliding Doors of accessible XHTML/CSS-based buttons.

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April 21, 2006

Web Applications, Standards and Clean Code //

Clean code vs tag soup. Is the Web 2.0 tag soup ready to boil over?

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