Tag Archives: Graphics

Stripes

A couple of people have noticed the new look for the weblog, including the stripes. They’re now mentioned in my will. After much fussing around, I took my color sampling of the photo and used it to create five stripes, … Continue reading

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XHTMLate your WordPress

What does it take to convert your WordPress weblog to XHTML? First, the template has to be valid XHTML. One way to check this is to make sure the page validates as XHTML, first, before actually converting the page to … Continue reading

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Picnik your Flickr

How many misspellings does it take to make a successful mashup? Elaine posted a note about Flickr adding edit capability via Picnik. I immediately tried it out, as the following screenshots demonstrate: Just as with the stand alone version of … Continue reading

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Tiny Bubbles: SVG Version

It’s Fan Time! You’ve. Been. Warned.

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Lessons from the Book: Final

The book draft is finished, and it’s time to wrap up the lessons I’ve learned while writing. I love web graphics I love web graphics. I always have, and always will. I make no pretense to be an expert, or … Continue reading

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Experiments: Space

I’ll make this the last post on my site experiments. One last change I did was to use the universal selector to eliminate margins and padding on all elements. * { padding: 0; margin: 0 } I also made an … Continue reading

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Experiments: In Color

I’ve written about this previously, but worth repeating. CSS can be dynamically created using a PHP application, as long as the content type is set to CSS: <?php // declare the output of the file as CSS header(‘Content-type: text/css’); ?> … Continue reading

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