When it comes to creating the navigation part of your Website, the first thing you might think of is an unordered list that you style as tabs. Lately, such navbars are everywhere, as many people believe they’ll make their site more Web 2.0-compatible. Personally, I just think they’re semantically better and accessible. In this article [...]
As awesome as CSSEdit is, there’s always room for improvement. The auto completion feature for properties and values is brilliant, but one thing that bothered me was the absence of a few properties and values. Luckily these properties and values are stored in a .plist file. What’s the big whoop? Well, you can edit that [...]
Google Analytics has an interesting characteristic at their left nav: instead of each option being boxed in a clickable rectangle, there is a one pixel notch in each corner. It’s not necessarily a curved corner, but it is a little softer than a normal box. Here is how to do it.