HTML and CSS Still Rule
With the proliferation of devices over the last couple years, companies understand that they need to create products that meet the growing demands of users — sitting in front of a desktop computer won't be the primary use case for customers. Heck, looking at a phone may not be either. iOS and Android are exceptional platforms that companies will need to invest in, but the open web will continue to be a huge part of what users expect as well.
…itself has a new feature: You can now use any kind of content, which means browsers download images, CSS and other content, appropriate for their device type. Create different HTML partials and have Interchange swap them in for the right type of device.
Another boon to users: Off-canvas navigation is now a core part of Foundation 5's options. This new component provides a powerful way to build navigation into screens — and all the animations are built with CSS.
We switched …
…the sourcedocument and converting sounded ideal, because I wanted to keep similar CSS styling and layout of the page with minimal modifications. Since prawn is not an HTML to generator, I investigated the following tools:
Prince — A command line tool that can take an HTML source file from disk and turn it into a PDF. It can read from a local file or a URL. However, it's pretty pricey; a server license carries a one-time fee of $ 3800.
DocRaptor — …
…GoLive, learning all of the tricks to making websites. These were the days before CSS, when <table> , <font> , and spacer.gif were state of the art." Back then, he pictured himself as a designer, which is what he did for the web design company he and a developer friend started while still in high school.
…Foundation's visual style to be simpler, cleaner, sexier and faster to restyle — all with fewer CSS rules and effects to burden devices or the style sheet.
Must Go Faster, Must Go Faster.
There's a lot more to Foundation 5 than speedy things alone, but that was a big focus of ours. Speed is the next great opportunity for responsive design: speed of education, speed of development, and speed of delivery / use.
Many of the most popular sites in the world are not responsive, …
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…getting in the way. We were continually overriding the styles, which was adding unnecessary bloat to our CSS. These styles weren't doing their job, they were slowing us down at the start of a project not helping us speed up.
Instead of trying to refine the styles in Flutie we decided to just remove them and let Flutie stand alone as ActionView helpers. We didn't just want to duplicate the problems that we had with Flutie's styles and wanted to start from scratch. We also …
…There's nothing preventing anybody from putting a random font-size declaration anywhere in the CSS, leading to the mess we were in before.
Thankfully, we have tests.
"But wait," you say. "You can't test CSS!" Generally, you can't. But for this, we can. Notice that with the mixin, you'll always have a parenthesis after the string "font-size", whereas with normal CSS you'll have a colon. We can use this.
Test all the CSS!
I wrote …
Here at ExpressionEngine as our primary off-the-shelf for years. Craft and Statamic , both of which are developed by EE add-on developers, have really caught our attention. We finally determined that Craft would be an appropriate solution for a project, and while building the site, I built a couple small ., we have been using
I use Grunt to handle generating my CSS and files, and I needed a way to cache bust those files …