Creating Favicons

When creating a site a favicon is pretty much a must these days and it has always bugged me that creating a favicon isn’t straight forward. For one thing different browsers support different standards of favicon, most modern browsers support png images but older browsers only support bmp images. Generally speaking this isn’t an issue […]

LessCSS, Import and Media Queries

Today I found out the Media Queries are not supported at all in IE8. Not sure how I missed this, only that I haven’t used media queries extensively in any project until now. I have just finished off a site that has an adaptive layout for table and mobile. Having completed the majority of development […]

Ignoring the 10%

Browser support and cross-browser testing is a tricky subject. As a veteran of the browser wars I’ve seen a number of browsers dominate for a while then tail off as a new generation invariably comes through. In each generation we as web developers look to be in a better place but are always seem to […]

Going Responsive

There’s no doubt that with the proliferation of mobile devices in recent years web site design has gotten a lot more complex. It is now more than ever important that you offer the best experience to your site visitors no matter what device they may be accessing your content through. Offering a mobile optimised experience […]

Non Native Form Controls

Been a while since I did a blog post, been probably the busiest I have ever been over the past 3 months, but I have been a bit disappointed that I have let my blog suffer as a result. Continuing in a slightly negative vein I’d like to post about something that as a developer […]