Category Archives: CSS

Google Web Font Compilation for Download

Google recently released their font API and font directory in an effort to bring more fonts to a wide range of modern browsers. This is great news for web designers and developers tired of using the same old fonts. There are other ways to serve non-web fonts in your sites, such as sIFR, Cufon, and […]

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Constant Headaches Cured with MailChimp

There’s no doubt about it, Constant Contact is a huge player in e-mail marketing. ¬†They have been around since 1998 and are practically a genericized¬†trademark for e-mail marketing campaigns.

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Quick and Powerful WordPress Themes

There’s no denying that Wordpress is a great blogging solution, it’s free, easily extensible and has great community support. But creating your own themes from scratch can be time consuming and repetitive. There’s no need to re-invent the wheel, unless the wheel can’t serve the desired purpose.

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Developing on a Grid

Several months ago I stumbled across the 960 grid system and I became very intrigued. The package of Cascading Style Sheet files promises to enable rapid development of websites while providing an easy to use grid structure.

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