Responsive Web design has been around for some years now, and it was a hot topic in 2012. Many well-known people such as Brad Frost and Luke Wroblewski have a lot of experience with it and have helped us make huge improvements in the field. But there’s still a whole lot to do.
In the article, they will look at what is currently possible, what will be possible in the future using what are not yet standardized properties (such as CSS Level 4 and HTML5 APIS), and what still needs to be improved. This article is not exhaustive, and they won’t go deep into each technique, but you’ll have enough links and knowledge to explore further by yourself.
Read more via The State Of Responsive Web Design | Smashing Mobile.
Here’s a really good article for making your website location aware, along with the code examples you will need.
Making Websites Location Aware With HTML5 Geolocation | Webdesigntuts+.
Stephanie and I got out and did a little hiking over the weekend at Hawn State Park. We hiked about 5 miles covering the Pickle Creek trail and joining back into the Whispering Pines trail.
For more information on the trails at the park, see http://mostateparks.com/trails/hawn-state-park
This was the first time Steph has been out hiking (for any real length) since having her Nerve block.
Check out the photos: http://www.flickr.com/photos/scottdurnell/sets/72157633861745721/
Here’s an interesting trick for you gmail users. If you want to find your online purchase receipt, type in the following in the search box:
Sometimes running into a webpage that doesn’t exist, can be fun.
Check out this very cool 404 page.
Warning: Please make sure you have a little time to waste.
Check it out : Not Found
This looks like a very interesting twist on gridsystems. Might have to play around with this one a little bit.
One column to rule them all and on the page divide them.