I have a static Jekyll website. The website is constructed once, on my computer, and then sent to the server in the form of plain HTML, image, and CSS files, to be served by a regular HTTP server. ...
I'm an ASP.NET Webforms developer, and I face some problems when I deal with designers. Designers always complain about the asp.net server controls. They'd rather just have an html file and create ...
I have a website to design. I have information on how the page should look and interact. The problem is I'm not good in front-end design, and have put many many hours to get the hang of the stuff. ...
I find writing CSS by hand to be extremely tedious. Coming across a concept such as fluid, makes me want to write all my websites so that the CSS resizes nicely and looks the same in different ...
I'm wondering if the CSS creation is supposed to be the job of the designer or the programmer. I'm not talking here about really complex CSS layout, I'm referring more to skinning. So is this ...