Note: These are my notes from this panel, and are not edited very well.
- Ethan Marcotte, Creative Lead, Vertua Studios
- Dave Shea mezzoblue.com
- Charles Wyke-Smith, Dir of Production, Nacio Systems
- Christopher Schmitt, Principal, Heatvision.com Inc
- Tiffany B Brown, Owner, Webinista LLC/Georgia Institute of Technology
These are my notes from this panel, and are not edited very well.
251 filled out the survey regarding CSS issues.
How people see themselves:
- 60% HTML experts
- 36% CSS experts
Problems People Have
Browser compatibility and page layouts and columns
Recommends putting hack into a separate file and call it last, or importing each within the style sheet for easier management and removal.
Web2.0foksomyajaxr (funny made up solution)
Start with your content and it?｢どｨび｢s actual structure. Job one is to correctly mark up your content with XHTML. Get away from presentation method of building. Think about the underlying structure.
Name the divs in respect to the content, not where you think it will end up. Name your divs in a meaningful way.
Set floated columns overflow to hidden, so if something is bigger than the width, it?｢どｨび｢s all good.
IE7 out next week.
Shea felt like he cheated. Searched google for the answers.
Not anything new. But made sure I?｢どｨび｢m on the same page as everyone else.