Semantic CSS With Intelligent Selectors

With the advent of object-oriented CSS (OOCSS), it has become increasingly fashionable to “decouple presentation semantics from document semantics.” By leveraging the undesignated meanings of classes, it is possible to manage one’s document and the appearance of one’s document as curiously separate concerns.

In this article, we will explore an alternative approach to styling Web documents, one that marries document semantics to visual design wherever possible. With the use of “intelligent” selectors, we’ll cover how to query the extant, functional nature of semantic HTML in such a way as to reward well-formed markup. If you code it right, you’ll get the design you were hoping for.

Cucumber and tomato cold soup

As the last hot days of summer descend, thought another cold soup would be nice. Off to the movies and lunch. Oh, yeah and then to the farm stand for ingredients! The fun of this soup is you mix the two colors separately and then swirl them together in individual bowls. Let your artist loose.

Content Planning Tools

Three Essential Tools for Content Planning

by  |  August, 2013

The good news is that this is going to be a relatively quick read.

The bad news is that after you read it, you’re probably going to want do do a few things very differently than you are doing them today.

The good news is that I’m going to share with you three tools you can start using today to bring big changes to how you plan content for website