February 19th, 2008 | Posted in Blog, Tools & Resources, Web Design
If you have reached this post, then you are probably a web designer seeking to make it easy on you. Creating tab menus from scratch can be tricky, if you haven’t done it before.
You should have heard of the Sliding Doors Technique, first introduced in 2003 by ‘A List Apart’. If you haven’t it is never too late to find out this clever technique written by Douglas Bowman, so you can make beautiful, compatible CSS Tabs. You can find his article here.
If you’re in a great hurry and want it here and now,
More on CSS Tab Menus.. you can’t live without
February 2nd, 2008 | Posted in Blog, Tools & Resources
Another excellent tool for web developers comes from CSS Fly.
Here we are talking about a real-time editor of your online site. You don’t have to proceed to any changes, refresh and check it back to see what it looks like anymore. You just type your website page and simply edit your XHTML and CSS code, on the fly!
Test your website’s pages again and again, until you get it to look like exactly as you want.
Another great time saving application, that makes things a lot easier for us 🙂