I just finished the @media2007 conference in San Francisco, and all I can say is “wow.” I was totally in over my head, which in this case is a good thing!
Every now and then, a developer will come up against something that was SOOOO easy with table-based layouts and winds up being a royal pain with CSS-based layouts. One of these “d’oh!” moments is when you try to vertically center an element on your web page. Umm… hang on, let me rephrase that: One of these “d’oh!” moments is when you try to vertically center an element on your web page when using Internet Explorer 6.
Resources for learning about object-oriented programming in flash.
Kirupa.com is a great resource for Flash tutorials, including how to use XML with Flash.
A quickie blog about typography, with links to good resources.
InfoPath is a program for designing forms that are connected to a data source such as an Access database or… you guessed it… an XML document.
This week I needed to create an XML Schema doc for work. The XSD file would be used to validate XML files I’ll be making for my online courses. Well, being a newbie to XSD files (though not XML), I was making decent but very slow progress when a thought occurred to me: it should be possible to reverse-engineer an XML file to create an XSD file.
Today I learned about chris pederick’s ultra-handy Web Developer Extension for Firefox