I finally got my first codepen.io account, and created some CSS Facebook Chat heads. You can check out the pen, and play around with it.
Sidebar content always gives me a little twinge when it comes to responsive design. Typically a left sidebar will end up stacking directly above the content and a right sidebar directly below. This can be fine, unless your left sidebar has 5 different content areas and now the user has to scroll two screen lengths just to read an article. Or the right sidebar has an important call-to-action you apparent to each visitor, but it resides underneath the content on a mobile device.
Here is a quick roundup of some interesting links for just the beginning of the week: modern.ie is a site by Microsoft basically saying "Sorry we've been ruining your life, we're going to act like we know about web standards now." In all honesty though, I give Microsoft respect for at least attempting to clean up their previous embarrassments.
Tips & Tricks: the WordPress Photo Gallery mglaman Sun, 02/10/2013 - 11:17
With WordPress 3.5 came an awesome revamp of the media library that allows users to easily place a photo gallery from new and old images within the media library. The gallery shortcode was introduced and provides quite a few different features, all available from a user interface and not just shortcode attributes. There are a few things missing from the user interface that can let you make the most out of your photo galleries.
Responsive design is all about the ever growing number of mobile devices that individuals can view a website on. Creating a fluid grid system to adapt to these different screen resolutions and widths is a major undertaking. CSS3 and modern browsers have made it easier to migrate away from image heavy websites; however, photos speak a thousand words and clients will want larger header images or photographs.