I'm pretty sure I'm writing the longest style sheet in the history of humankind. I'm thinking of submitting it to the Guinness people. Maybe grab myself a slice of fame while I'm still around and kicking. To give you an idea of its size, I'm considering adding a search feature to it.
I had to edit this a little for sense. Apparently, I'm not at my best at 4 a.m.
For designers who are used to tables, the most frustrating thing about CSS isn't learning new markup or memorizing new style rules. No, the most difficult thing is changing the way we think about designing and building pages.
After a short absence due to being buried under, I'm back to say... I finally finished the beta version of my first all-CSS design for a client. Yay! I'm very proud and tired. Here are my initial thoughts about building a "real" CSS site for the first time.
- You suffer night sweats and heart palpitations after dreaming you are being chased by swarms of angry divs.
- You refer to colleagues as Strict, Transitional, and the Future Unemployed.
- When blowing out your birthday candles, you wish first for your site to validate, second for world peace.
- You experience guilt and remorse after using three break tags on one page.