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Adrian Short picks up on some adverts that appear on a council’s website. They’re for debt management companies that encourage people to apply for bankruptcy. Probably not a good thing – I think we’d probably rather people needing advice about … Continue reading
The theme I am using on this site at the moment, Fjords01!, is beatiful. But for some reason the CSS makes italics (through the em tag) appear like this. Until I get round to changing the stylesheet, I am having … Continue reading
…has been given a bit of a face lift. Last week, Quentin and I finally bumped into each other in IM-land and between us upgraded to WordPress 2.02, installed a modified K2 theme, installed all the various plug-ins that make … Continue reading
According to the BBC: More than half of government and council websites contain errors and cause problems for disabled people, research shows. Some 60% of UK government websites contain HTML errors, according to a study by the University of Southampton. … Continue reading
A tutorial that goes step by step through the process of implementing a real-world web design into a working template using CSS for layout. read more | digg story Seems a nice little tutorial for CSS beginners.