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Thoughts from a big Twitter Bootstrap project

December 17th, 2012

Recently, my team at work spent a few months building a thing with Twitter Bootstrap.

CSS Naked Day 2010

April 8th, 2010

Today marks the second time (because it took me so long to design my website after I turned it into a blog) that I've celebrated CSS Naked Day, which is a time for designers to remove styles from their websites, showing the underlying semantic HTML in all its glory. The point of this has always been to show the point of and promote such semantic HTML and web standards by showing how they serve to organize a site's content before it is visually organized.

CSS Naked Day 2009

April 4th, 2009

Each year, there is an event participated in by many standards-aware web designers and developers, called CSS Naked Day.

IE z-index bug with CSS dropdown menu

January 15th, 2009

In the W3C's specs, z-index is designed to affect the stacking order of positioned elements on a web page.

More CSS for large websites

March 29th, 2008

I want to continue with my thoughts on creating and maintaining CSS on very large websites.

Efficient CSS for large websites

March 28th, 2008

I could see this becoming a series of posts, but for now I'll start with one.

Reasons for IE8′s Default Behavior

March 4th, 2008

As I've been thinking about the new default behavior that Microsoft announced for IE8, it occurs to me that there are a lot of reasons for Microsoft's decision.

CSS and inflexible CMS’s

January 21st, 2008

I don't write about CSS as much as I'd like to. I spend a lot of time working with them on an advanced level, however, both in my day job and in any side projects. I spent a few minutes looking around on Google for issues that arise when designers need to work with and use CSS within the confines of a CMS that does not allow access to things inside the head of the document.

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Jonathan Stegall is a web designer and emergent / emerging follower of Jesus currently living in Atlanta, seeking to abide in the creative tension between theology, spirituality, design, and justice.

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