Recently I posted 10 tips to improve the design of your blog’s comment section. One of those tips was to make your ‘author’ comments look different so that your readers could easily see your contribution to the discussion. Read More
This is one of the more useful CSS techniques I’ve learned, and seeing as I picked it up somewhat later than I would have liked, I’m sure there are others who are not simplifying their CSS by breaking it up in this way.
Every couple of years CHILD Magazine surveys the nation’s children’ hospitals and ranks the top 25. Well, actually they rank the top 10 and then have 15 runners up, but since Seattle Children’s (where I work) came in at #13 this year, I’m going to say they rank the top 25 – any problem with that?
I thought it would be interesting to see whether the home pages (and by implication, the websites) of these esteemed pediatric medical establishments were of a similar caliber in terms of the validity of their code.Read More