My god. “Premium Bootstrap Themes”.
Built on a “rock solid base”. I assume they mean the fact that a supposedly “responsive” framework uses px for all typographical dimensions?
@benatkin we bought an extra freezer mainly for the purpose of storing frozen soup in Chinese takeaway boxes
@joviansalak I am currently reorganising the PSD you sent me so I can make some sense of the background
Rosa das Rosas, an excerpt from the Buzz rehearsal today. If you like it, come along to our concert on the 8th!
@textfiles oh wow, that immediately looks far more complete than before!
Trying to resist the temptation to use ☺ for unordered list items.
Thankfully, CSS doesn’t seem to have the concept of
Checked in @ St. Mary's Church, Totnes. Rehearsing our Buzz set for next weeks gig
So, after a week of naked HTML, I have applied a basic CSS normaliser and a few little gimmicks of my own.
I am not (yet) using LESS or SASS or any such thing, but I have started to split my CSS into separate files and load them all together at using Assetic. This small change has immediately made a difference to how I structure and author CSS.
Mercilessly deleting large swathes of CSS feels good. Next up: de-bootstrapping bootstrap code.
My hometown’s website is the only one in the world to boast no less than 13
Brennan Novak I’ve been running a similar thing for a few months. > 43k tracking attempts blocked :/
@boagworld they’re damned awkward. I am tempted to wrap them in a div with