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How the +1 Button Works The +1 Button uses an advanced sprite technique to simulate an animated gif. The animation occurs when hovering over search results with +1 enabled, and the shine moves across the button. (The image to the … Continue reading
Google + slow loading = not worth having background images. In trying to keep their homepage as minimal as possible, in December Google switched to fading in the home page links only on an event: moving your mouse or tabbing … Continue reading
If you’re used to WordPress’ body_class() function, this post for you. Working with WordPress, it’s easy to get accustomed to some of its nice features, like the body_class() function introduced in WP 2.8. When working with Interspire Shopping Cart, I … Continue reading
Katz Web Design has completed a website for Mountain High Roofing, Inc., a Denver roofing company. The Mountain High Roofing website is built on WordPress. It’s what I would consider to be a medium level of customization; the website is … Continue reading
Google Sprite changes over time: If you want to know more about CSS sprites and how to put them together, feast your eyes on Google’s: Then: Now: Here’s the history of Google’s PNG sprite image http://www.google.com/images/nav_logo.png http://www.google.com/images/nav_logo2.png http://www.google.com/images/nav_logo3.png http://www.google.com/images/nav_logo4.png http://www.google.com/images/nav_logo5.png … Continue reading
Update: The New WhiteHouse.gov Website Update: Who will be the White House web designer? A lot of people have wanted to know who designed Barack Obama’s website. With good reason: Obama’s website is beautiful. It even conveys Obama’s message of … Continue reading