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For a publication on web design, Smashing sure has issues w/Chrome display. Check out that left marg

For a publication on web design, Smashing sure has issues w/Chrome display. Check out that left margin—1 or 2 RCH, tops.  Then there’s the fistful of Google ads between the header and the text. But we won’t go there.

For a publication on web design, Smashing sure has issues w/Chrome display. Check out that left marg

For a publication on web design, Smashing sure has issues w/Chrome display. Check out that left margin—1 or 2 RCH, tops.  Then there’s the fistful of Google ads between the header and the text. But we won’t go there.

YOU are a VICTIM of LOREM IPSUM. Yes you are! How idiotic is it that designers still use 400 year ol

Comments got you down?

stevenf: shutup.css is a custom user stylesheet you can install in your web browser which will automatically hide the comments section of many popular web sites. My gift of a quieter, saner web to you. Reblogged for great justice

Whoa. Sweet error, bro.

NYT Article on Web Fonts I’ll believe it when I see it.

That’s why they are determined to crack the technology transfer problem, and are collaborating with software engineers to do so. “We have lots of ideas, some have to do with design and some have to do with the technology that delivers the font,” Mr. Hoefler said. “That’s the secret formula we can’t talk about yet.

4 Tumblr SEO Tips

soupsoup: jauderho: […] Fortunately, Tumblr provides the ability to modify the html as well as custom formatting tags. The following tips should help improve a site’s ranking by providing search engines with additional information. Modify the <title> tag to reflect post title and summary: By putting the post summary first, it makes it more likely […]

This happens a lot when I use Tumblr. I am pretty non-standard in my browser selection, but the fact

This happens a lot when I use Tumblr. I am pretty non-standard in my browser selection, but the fact that this matches this makes me think the misrendering is Tumblr’s fault.

How long have they been doing this? Seems awfully cheeky, even if it is commented out. I suppose the

content=”Futura, Georgia, Helvetica, Arial, serif”

From the stylesheet of a friend’s Tumblr page. For the the uninitiated, this line of code specifies what fonts to use in displaying website text. The visitor’s browser works from left to right, and displays the first font on the list that it has installed. The idea is to give designers some leeway on specifying […]