The Less Framework

In the article, “What Screen Resolution Do You Design For? Using the Less Framework,” Michael Rohde discusses the Less Framework, “a cross-device CSS grid system based on using inline media queries.” Simply put, the framework recognizes the visitors screen resolution and sizes your web page accordingly.

Mobile Web Design: Tips and Best Practices

In 2009, more than 63 million people in the United States accessed the Internet from a mobile device. It’s forecast that by 2013 there will be more than 1.7 billion mobile Internet users worldwide. With those kinds of numbers, it’s imperative that web designers and developers learn optimal development and design practices for mobile devices.

For the most part you won’t need to learn any new technologies … [ Read more ]

Conflicting Absolute Positions

Rob Swann offers an article on A List Apart, Conflicting Absolute Positions, in which he shows how you can produce a layout in which a fixed-width scrolling side “pane” and flexible scrolling main “pane” must resize to fill all available space in a browser window.