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Tuesday, December 16, 2008

Themes vs StyleSheetThemes

I was studying for my .net test and I came across StyleSheetThemes again. I always wondered what the difference was and when to use which. It was then I came across a good article on just that subject. Thanks Alan Le for your post on your blog on the issue:

If you come across any tips, tricks, resources, or gotchas related to CSS that you feel would be of interest of the group. Please post them as comments to related articles or email them to Susan Fischer at and we will post them here.

Thursday, October 9, 2008

The power of lime

I found this article on diagnostic styling and it really helped but a friend of mine took it one step further. Instead of red the best color for diagnostics is lime green. You are most likely not going to use it in your styles so it will really stand out on your page.

So follow the steps in this article but remember to replace the color specified with lime green.

If you have any css tips, tricks, resources email them to Susan Fischer at and we will post them.

Thursday, May 29, 2008

30+ Firefox Add-ons for Web Developers & Designers

Someone sent me a link to this and it has some really good firefox addins for css and other web developer tasks I thought I would pass it on.

Friday, May 2, 2008

Perpetual Beginner

For those just learning some of the newer technologies such as subsonic, linq, mvc, etc this is going to be fast becoming the place to go. It is definitely a blog to keep an eye on. The perpetual beginner, Jesse Naiman, will soon be a name you will remember.

Here is the link to his blog: