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comment How to explain a layperson why a developer should not be interrupted while neck-deep in coding?
@BlaM awesome, thanks!
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accepted Recommended requirements when outsourcing xhtml/css site building?
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comment Recommended requirements when outsourcing xhtml/css site building?
Thanks for the collaborative effort. Bounty awarded. You might want to add the "unobtrusive javascript" suggestion from TaylorOtwell as well to the list.
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comment What should a freelancer's business card have?
And I forgot to add: nothing else. Have a beautifully designed, heavy paper business card that says nothing else, just "Skype: your_account". You'll be good to go. Remember the MIB business card? restrainingbolt.com/otherprops/pics/misc/mibcards.jpg
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comment Recommended requirements when outsourcing xhtml/css site building?
Ahh and for "Any javascript files need to be local (not referenced from other sites)" -> I get your point but I'd use CDN for loading a js framework. Still, your answer is solid.
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comment Recommended requirements when outsourcing xhtml/css site building?
Goody! This is the type of answer I was looking for. For tableless design: IMHO that is only valid if we're not displaying tabular data. For any output that naturaly fits into a table, it should be put into a table.
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comment Recommended requirements when outsourcing xhtml/css site building?
valid point, though you'll have to look at long divs when you slice up the template. Anyways, I was rather looking for a mature compiled set of requirements than a critisim of some arbitrary requirements I've just pulled out of thin air.