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Oneupweb : Default Cross Browser Incompatibilities

In any given agency, a website project involves—at a minimum—a working collaboration among designers, developers and programmers. And in my experience, where designers are more concerned with perfect visual detail in their work, developers tend to place the focus on factors such as page load times and site usability—both of which can sometimes lead to […]

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CSS DO’s and DON’Ts – Part III

Welcome to the third installment of CSS DO’s and DONT’s, our monthly blog series designed to provide useful, time-saving CSS tips while making note of some bad habits website developers tend to repeat. Today we’ll look at how to properly organize your CSS file, and avoiding overuse of conditional comments and CSS hacks.

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CSS DO’s and DON’Ts – Part II

Welcome to the second installment of CSS DO’s and DONT’s, our monthly blog series designed to provide useful, time-saving CSS tips while making note of some bad habits website developers tend to repeat. Today we’ll look at how to comment a reference guide into your CSS file, and validating your source code.

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CSS DO’s and DON’Ts

Welcome to the first installment of CSS DO’s and DONT’s, a monthly blog series designed to provide useful, time-saving CSS tips while making note of some bad habits website developers tend to repeat in their code, despite the negative impact on workflow.

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