This is the blog of Adam Kalsey. Unusual depth and complexity. Rich, full body with a hint of nutty earthiness.
Holiday content can be a tremendous driver of traffic to your Web site. I’m getting over a thousand visitors a day searching for the pumpkin carving links I posted a year ago.
Commercial CSS layout
Here’s a couple of large-scale Web sites that use CSS instead of tables for layout. Do you know of others?
Open letter to Barnes & Noble
Barnes & Noble screwed up by sending a marketing email to people who told them they didn’t want to get email, made it difficult to change email preferences, and then ignored their mistake.
Designing with Flash? make sure you provide alternate content to the growing masses who don’t have the Flash plugin.
Two different court rulings on applying the Americans with Disabilities Act to Web sites. And they disagree.
Embrace the medium
The Web is different than print, television, or any other medium. To be successful, designers must embrace those differences.
Responding to Scott Johnson’s challenge, an MT plugin for converting spaces.
Amazon’s backend is showing and they are revealing some interesting flaws in their system.
If you are familiar with publishing, it shouldn’t be difficult to understand content management.
When thinking security, only open what is neccessary. Block everything else, including the unknown.
The Sanitize plugin improves security for outside HTML on Movable Type Weblogs.