Learn css and web standards
Since 1998 Westciv has hosted one of the best places on the web to learn CSS and web standards. Dave Shea, of CSS Zen Garden fame calls it “the place to learn CSS”.
In November 2003, I invented an interesting CSS technique for semantic, rounded corner boxes using CSS. What that translates into non-geek-speak is that you get pretty boxes with no extra bulky XHTML markup. David Shea liked it and blogged it. Jeffrey Zeldman refused to publish an article because I had asked for some feedback from the folks on the CSS-Discuss list (from whence Dave got the blog reference) … he considered it “already published”. This was just as they were working on their earliest rounded corner box articles and before they were published. As I recall, even Eric Meyers commented on CSS-D that he liked it and might even use the technique … the highest praise possible from an aspiring CSSer!
30 days to a more accessible web site
This book answers two questions. The first question is “Why should I make my web site more accessible?” If you do not have a web site, this book is not for you. The second question is “How can I make my web site more accessible?” If you are not convinced by the first answer, you will not be interested in the second.
What JHymn is meant to do
Let me start with what JHymn is not meant to do. JHymn is not meant to aid music piracy. I personally love shopping for music at the iTunes Music Store (I have nearly 900 legally-purchased songs so far, at the time of this writing), I’m happy to pay for the music I get, and I wish Apple all the success in the world at making legal music downloads a viable, profitable business.
Information about the city of Sacramento, CA. Created by One Economy out of Washington.
Who makes the Beehive?
The Beehive is the pride and joy of the One Economy Corporation. One Economy is a nonprofit organization based in Washington, D.C.
We created the Beehive to be the place to go for information and resources around the things that matter in our lives: money, health, jobs, school and family. And, we’d like you to have a little fun while you’re here so, we’re throwing in some games and quizzes to keep it interesting.