As promised, here is a screencast demonstrating what the full-width framework in Thesis is (best viewed full-screen). This demonstration assumes some basic XHTML and CSS knowledge. If you’re not familiar with those, I recommend tizag.com and W3Schools. Yeah, I’ve had a bit of a cold, so forgive me for sounding a bit stuffy. 😉
Firebug is one of the reasons that I changed to Firefox (from Camino, a faster, less memory intensive browser). It is so handy for checking under the hood of websites and anyone who does anything with CSS should know how to use it!
On Monday night (a week and a half ago) I recorded a screencast tutorial (or tutecast as Gio called it). It was the first time I’d tried something like that. It took several attempts and a week of trying to compress the video to get it right. It might take a bit more practice to […]
There’s a few thing that have ticked me off recently that just make me wonder what people are thinking! News.com.au The Today Show filmed in the Google Sydney office this week. Naturally we wanted to watch it since there might be some shots of hubby working and playing ping-pong. The segment won’t aired on Friday, […]
I’ve had this song in my head since Tuesday night!
There’s been an ad campaign in NSW against speeding. The catch phrase is “No one thinks big of you.” In the ads the people wiggle their pinkie finger. I have no idea if my brother’s assignment has anything to do with that, but I was proud of his movie making efforts…