This morning I saw an email going around the LBi mailing list from one of the application developers mentioning some weird behavior noticed in IE.
In a nutshell a load of CSS modules had been concatenated into one file leading to quite a large number of selectors being used. He found that after a certain point (4096 selectors) IE would ignore everything after it. I had never heard of this before and from reading some comments I got on Twitter a few other folk hadn’t either… Read more
When attending a “future of CSS” talk at barcamplondon5 I pointed out that a few of the things mentioned as being availiable in IE7 where actually available in IE6. Much amazement was created and people asked why these things weren’t that well known. To be honest I don’t know why but in an effort to raise better awareness I am writing this blog post! Read more
Another year, another great @media conference! Read more
I am now back from San Francisco!
I got back today after about 12 hours and flying and a 14 hour stop over in Minneapolis (which actually turned out to be much more fun than I had imagined) and while Iâ€™m not really feeling any jet lag am awake and I donâ€™t think that I am going back to sleep today â€“ so what better thing to do than talk about @media San Francisco! Read more
Back in the old days when we were pushing for the adaption of web standards one of the key arguments for it was the boost it would provide to your search engine rankings due to, amongst other things, the correct usage of headings and having the key content closer to the top of the document alowing the search engine spiders to get at it quickly.
I have never seen THAT much concrete proof of this being 100% true until just this morning when doing a few web searches for restaurants I have been to and reviewed. Read more