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[nycphp-talk] OT?: HTML question -- CSS stuff too, and gallery scripts!

inforequest 1j0lkq002 at sneakemail.com
Fri Oct 13 22:05:03 EDT 2006


Sorry... it's now slated for the 17th but again, it's no big deal... 
just a blog post :

http://blog.html.it/layoutgala/
http://www.cssplay.co.uk/
http://www.cssplay.co.uk/menu/menu_gallery.html

"But I will suggest that if you look hard enough you will find plenty of 
quality CSS resources that are on the edge of /practical/ efficiency (as 
opposed to the theoretical edge of CSS, which I can't appreciate in my 
competitive work). A few resources I really enjoy are cssplay.co.uk 
<http://www.cssplay.co.uk> for ideas (I liked it better before it got to 
3.3 million page views per month, alas) and Layout Gala 
<http://blog.html.it/layoutgala/> for box models.

I know I will regret sending competitive webmasters to these resources, 
but did you get a load of Stu Nicholls latest CSS-only gallery script 
<http://www.cssplay.co.uk/menu/menu_gallery.html>? It's simply 
beautiful. Another photographer working in CSS and it really shows. And 
if you have any SEO sense about you look at the code. Add a Flash top 
nav bar and it's SEO heaven!
"

PS: We are way overdue for a talk on NYPHP gallery scripts... ModX 
LightBox and some of the cool new CSS ones are awesome....


-=john andrews
http://www.johnon.com


inforequest 1j0lkq002-at-sneakemail.com |nyphp dev/internal group use| 
wrote:

>Peter Sawczynec ps-at-pswebcode.com |nyphp dev/internal group use| wrote:
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>>I believe that this article gives you the divs layout setup and the CSS
>>styles in a basic form exactly as you might need:
>>http://alistapart.com/articles/holygrail
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>Before you work with that article, be sure and consider the errata 
>posted here
>http://www.infocraft.com/articles/holy_grail_on_a_list_apart/
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>It will save you some headaches, and maybe influence your commitment.
>
>Barring any big search /SEO news, there's a post appearing on my blog at 
>johnon.com on the 15th that points at a few CSS resources that are IE7 
>compliant and fundamental (box models and such),  plus good from a 
>search engine optimization perspective. No big deal but  might also save 
>some hassles as CSS is a huge  area on the web, and IMHO that ALA 
>article is not your answer.
>
>-=john andrews
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