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Keana Lynch

Style Guides for Web Design and Development

Developers, designers and web administrators are always looking for ways to improve how they manage the look, feel and complexity when building a web site. This can be difficult when we have multiple team members or new members involved in ongoing projects. So how can we help maintain global branding and development patterns for sites [...] read more »

John Vine

Building a paginated listing with only HTML and CSS for Responsive Design

Most paginated listings on the web are managed either with server side logic, javascript, or a combination of both. With the first option, the user’s browser wait on network traffic back to the server and back down again. Even if the data is as succinct as possible, a bad connection or crowded wi-fi can make [...] read more »

Beacon Buddy

How To Make The Most Out Of Your Web Design

I spend a lot of time inside and outside of work studying design. I think it gets to a point for everyone where design becomes difficult to ignore, as it influences our every day decisions. It’s important to understand design elements and how they not only affect you on a day to day basis, but [...] read more »

Beacon Buddy

Is Flat Design For You?

As technology and the familiarity with it grows, designers and developers are now more than ever trying to enhance the website design world. Inevitably, this leads to countless passing trends that come and go much like any design industry. Which leaves us begging the question, how do we know what is more than just a [...] read more »

Beacon Buddy

How to Override the Max Width of Twitters Embeddable Timeline Widget

According to twitters instructions the embeddable timeline widget has a maximum width of 520px. If you need your widget to be wider than 520px you will not be able to use the width attribute. Instead you will need to override it using custom CSS.

Zedric Myers

Vertically Aligning Inline Images Inside of a Paragraph

By default any inline image will align with the baseline of the paragraph, unless a “margin-bottom” is applied to the paragraph’s baseline. There are six lines that can be used for vertical alignment: Top line is the line above all of the content. Text-top line is top of the text that also includes any accent [...] read more »

Beacon Buddy

So Many Rights & So Many Wrongs

Some people think there is no ‘right’ or ‘wrong’ way to code. I agree and disagree. I’m not saying there is only one right way and all developers should live by this method. I’m saying that there is a wrong way for anything. People can go about the same thing in many ways and it [...] read more »