Category Archives: css

Compilation of CSS showcase sites

I needed a list of CSS showcase sites for a buddy of mine and for my future reference – from my bookmarks, delicious and Google – this is what I came up with – Any more to add? [ buy viagra in […]

Learning CSS

I’ve been asked a couple of times over the last week on what the best approach to learning CSS would be. The approach I took was a good one and it was the one I suggested. Learn it as you would any other technology …. Properly!!. You wouldn’t stumble into trying to learn Java fumbling […]

Safari says – your links will be red

I’m doing alot of CSS at the moment and I recently came across a puzzler. We currently support IE7, IE6, Firefox and Safari (win and mac). In Safari for some reason on two of the pages all links were Red and Maroon. It turns out the reason for this is that a non-existent CSS was […]

Where’s clown number three

What in the name of all things XML have I been up to. Well as y’all have probably gathered, I’ve been relatively offline, what with my new job. Trying to get settled in Ireland, trying to sell my house in Wales and generally trying to get my shit together. I’ve been going to the gym […]

Ajax header image rotation

Previously on, the header images were populated from a PHP Array which generated a ul with javascript links to change the header image. Not nice as it relied on javascript. After some ajaxian fun, the list is now generated from an XML playlist and the list is fully accessible with click events attached to […]

Autotrader remake

It seems that Autotrader has gone standards compliant. I’ve not tested the markup for compliance but it’s great to see the giant dinasaurs like autotrader and rightmove going this way. [ viagra aus usa | uk alternative viagra | price of cialis in canada | how much does viagra cost ]

Graduate c# devleopers x2 wanted

As part of Karova‘s expansion, we are looking at taking on 2 more graduate developers. If you want to apply, you’ll need at least a 2:1 in a technical degree, knowledge of object oriented programming techniques, XML and XSLT, web standards and CSS. C# would be benifical, as would a good grasp of IIS. If […]