Yesterday i went to a conference in Lisbon where i got to see all kinds of peeps interested in usability. Check here the program. I gotta a say the conference was really good and that got me pumped up to build even better applications to get the user the best experience.
November 11 is celebrated another World Usability Day. This year’s theme is “Communication.” The Portuguese Association of the Usability Professionals (Appu) celebrates this day with a conference at 15h in Olissipo Oriental Hotel; Room Toquio, Parque das Nações in Lisbon, and will involve some speakers.
Last week i explained how to structure a good signature on your code and why. This week i’ll be explaining how i do my css coding and how i structure my files. First of all i’d like to point you to some useful websites that can help you get started coding with css. Ok now the next part and i’ll try to keep it clean and simple.
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Well i’m a webdeveloper, therefore much of my work is making an idea come to reality, or making the website “alive”. That can be achieved with css among other things. This is my favorite thing to do on my daily work, styling a website. With this article i’ll be trying to show my process of doing this.
First of all i try to use only one css file, but sometimes the file get’s so big that you might find useful to make some divisions. So, if you can’t use only one file try not to use more than 3, after that you will see the difference specially when someone is arriving to the website for the first time.