Time for another Geek Meet, and this time, we’l be trying something new. 🙂
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Usually when you want a horizontal list, you need to use
float in the CSS code to make it work, with all its drawbacks. However, there is an alternative with
I think we can all agree that performance of web sites matters a lot, and slow web sites are very annoying both for developers and, more importantly, end users. Therefore, we need to talk about a newly discovered problem: Internet Explorer, protocols and inclusion of stylesheets.
One thing that is quite nice is that we now have the ability to create gradients in our pages just from CSS code, and without the use of any images.
Last weekend I had the pleasure of going to FOSDEM to give a presentation about HTML5 and to experience a very big open-source conference.