- Edited the HTML and CSS mockup to meet design and content specifications
- Created two new page layouts
- Changed colors, sizing and spacing
- Replicated CSS changes in template files
- Added content and images
Created a HTML/CSS page from scratch to pixel perfection based on a mockup.
Plant trees, play with waves, spin a Campbell’s can, and experience more than 10 other interactive HTML5 tools.
Great strides have been made in how we approach workflow, use abstractions, appreciate code quality and tackle the measurement and betterment of performance. If you’ve been busy and haven’t had time to catch up on the latest developments in these areas, don’t worry.
With the holiday season upon us and a little more time on our hands, I thought it would be useful to share a carefully curated list of the most relevant front-end talks I’ve found helpful this year. You certainly don’t have to read through them all, but the advice shared in them will equip you with the knowledge needed to go into the new year as a better front-end engineer.
Web design and development topics include: responsiveness, usability, typography, Photoshop, and user experience.
Move your mouse around the image on Github’s 404 page to see the parallax effect. This is not the web page you are looking for.
Github gives their best practices for error pages and a list of all their error pages, like:
500: An exception occurred and we couldn’t recover. (Oops! Octocat is falling off a cliff.)
503: Unicorn! We are having a bad problem and the app server will not talk to us.
E-commerce is such a complex and quickly changing area. Magento is leading the way with the majority (around 25%) of the market. When I first heard of Magento a few years ago, it was still in beta yet looked so impressive and powerful. I’m delighted to see that it has pulled ahead of the pack.