Broken (and fixed) CSS, broken (and fixed) email forms and some PHP thrown in to boot! Yay!
Posts about Web Development
At long last, version 3.0 of The F-Word has gone live. Given I first started work on redesigning Catherine's site back in December 2002, you might understand that its launch is somewhat of a relief to me.
If you're using Mozilla Firefox 0.9.x - and if you are, you'll probably know it - you might be looking at a very plain webpage without any proper colours or styles on it.
I was surprised to see the site hits go up 7000 last month, a large number of people hitting my post about my recent RSS changes, and a 1000 referrals from Mark Pilgrim's Dive Into Mark site.
There's a new full-stories feed for your pleasure. If you use an aggregator to view the site, feel free to give it a try.
I've been looking at the hierarchy for categories in this the site for some time and have been less than impressed with what I see.
It's taken me a long time to realise, but I finally have. The meta keywords tag in HTML is now very pointless.
CSS hacks are on two levels - documented 'features' and undocumented browser bugs. And using the latter could be storing up a whole lodda trouble for the future.
It was roundabout this time in 1996 that I started work on my first website.
One of my last tasks as a Client Side Developer at the BBC has now snook online.