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Links 1 through 7 of 7 by aNDREW Bowden tagged webdesign

"I'm sure there were people complaining that the introduction of <font color="blue"> in HTML 3.2 would unleash anarchy..." Well it did. For a bit anyway.

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For all the web developers out there in the hood, this is quite a nice tool that helps you optimise your website for faster loading. Judged on the results, this site isn't too bad already although it's given me some ideas to help just shave away a little at the speed, and you'll start seeing the results as I slowly replace some of the almost unmaintainable code that's running this site at the minute. Don't expect it to make a drastic change to the way you view Planet Bods, but overall it will make some small differences.

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I was randomly wondering whether to do a "narrow screen/mobile" version of Planet Bods. I don't bother with mobile internet myself, however I thought it would be an interesting thing to play with. This interesting code gives a relatively simple way to provide a mobile/handheld stylesheet without using any JavaScript.

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A few weekends I spent ages battling with The Gimp to make some simple round corners for a web page. It seemed ridiculously difficult for such a simple thing. Instead I could just SpiffyBox to create them, and then cut them up if I need to. Much easier.

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Had this bookmarked on my work PC for years - it's a colour palette generator and comes in very handy when you're designing web pages.

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One of the things that irks me is website proclaiming that I should "Upgrade my browser!" and that's especially true with IE6 at the minute. But some people just don't get why people are still using IE6. And here's why. Well for Digg users anyway. For them, three out of four IE6 users CAN'T upgrade for technical or workplace reasons. As Digg's blog says "Giving them a message saying, 'Hey! Upgrade!' in this case is not only pointless; it’s sadistic."

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New site design from Be makes me think that the web's gone back fifteen years... Hmm...

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