Happy 2010, readers of CSS Newbie! It’s a bitterly cold day here in Des Moines, Iowa — the sort that causes me to question the wisdom of throwing off the blankets in the morning. However, today I get to reflect on the last year of CSS Newbie, and that’s enough to warm my heart, if not my toes.
I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again: CSS Newbie is nothing without you awesome readers out there. This year, more than a quarter million people stopped by, visiting more than half a million pages. For that, I am very, very grateful. It also makes me excited to see what we can do for those numbers in 2010!
To celebrate the year gone by, I’d like to recap the Top 10 CSS Newbie Articles of 2009. The first five I’ve left up to you — they’re the five most visited articles in the last year. The second five were my choice. They include articles I enjoyed writing or include content that I thought particularly useful or interesting. Read On…
Today, dear readers, I come to you with my arms wide open — and my shoulders caught somewhere between a slump and a shrug. I’ve been tearing my hair out over the last couple of months looking for the perfect ecommerce solution for my specific needs and wants. I’ve come up short.
But it occurs to me that I have a lot of smart, savvy readers here on CSS Newbie — and maybe, just maybe, you’ll be able to help me find the perfect shopping cart. Below, I’ll explain specifically what I’m looking for (and a bit about what I’m not looking for, too). If you know of a cart that meets my needs — or even just some of them — please do not hesitate to let me know! I’m hoping that the comments on this article will prove as plentiful as Starbucks on the open prairie. And twice as useful. Read On…
Hey everyone, I’ve posted a new poll in the footer of the website, and I’d appreciate if you’d take a second or two (literally) and answer the question du jour: how much CSS do you already know?
This is a chance for me to get to know you, my audience, a little bit better. It will also help me do my darnedest to produce the sort of content that you would find most useful. So! Are you a true CSS newbie, already a big deal in the CSS world, or somewhere in between? Let me know in the poll below!
I’d really like to think that every developer out there that this site helps will turn around and produce clean, semantic XHTML to which to apply their lovely, efficient CSS. But that isn’t always the case. So once again, CSS comes to the rescue! Read more →