OK, I’m interested. No idea where to start, mind.
I’ve still got the basics down, but I could do with something like this as a refresher course.
For the maintenance of a cohesive visual identity. And I don't see why the principles couldn't apply to other media.
This is good; essentially a hand-holding interface for Supercollider, which is exactly what I’ve been looking for. See also: Jazzari: The Programmable Trio (an in-browser code-based tracker).
I have no practical application for this, but find it fascinating nevertheless.
I had indeed been confused about this, and will keep in mind when reviewing my CSS, which probably has more PX definitions than is strictly necessary.
Filing this for future reference.
If you’re reading this, you’ve probably seen my site’s had a bit of a redesign.
Well, ‘a bit’ is putting it lightly: I coded a whole new site template from scratch over the last three days, building on the Skeleton framework that a lot of people seem to be using (from snooping around their sites with view-source, like the old days).
It’s been ages since I’ve done so much web coding — more than three years since my last redesign. I think I’ve kept things clean enough under the hood, and it resizes nicely on my smartphone.
The new look was pretty much a necessity seeing as I’ve finally migrated from Movable Type to WordPress. And boy has that been a learning curve. Not so much using the CMS itself; I’ve become familiar enough with that posting things on other sites. But getting my own stuff into the system was a challenge.
Or 'centre', depending on your version of English. Here’s one of those 'one thing well' sites that will always come in handy on occasion.
Filing this for future reference. I've got a lot to learn about HTML5.