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Semantic Column Markup Redux

Previously, I wrote a quick snippet of CSS and HTML to mark up column layouts. It wasn’t particularly semantic and didn’t *feel* right. Also, it was a pain to add/remove columns. So I’ve had a bit of a ponder and

Posted in CSS, Web Development, XHTML & HTML

Introducing PickOne

PickOne is something that has been kicking around my head for a while now. Ever had one of those moments of indecision where you can’t decide what to have for lunch? or which shoes to put on in the morning?

Posted in Accessibility, CSS, PHP, Richard@Home Elsewhere, Web Development, XHTML & HTML

n Column Layouts in CSS

The CSS .multicol { width: 100%; float: left; } .two { float: left; width: 49.5%; } .three { float: left; width: 32.5%; font-size: .8em; } .four { float: left; width: 24.5%; font-size: .8em; } The Markup 2 Column <div class=’mutlicol’>

Posted in CSS, XHTML & HTML

mailto: Specifying Multiple Recipients

Up until about 20 minutes ago I was unaware you could specify multiple recipients in a mailto tag: <a href=’mailto:person1@domain.com,person2@domain.com’>Email Us</a> (Tested in Firefox, IE6, Outlook 2003 and Thunderbird on Windows) Activating this link will open up the users default

Posted in XHTML & HTML
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