Infinite soul healing was a site built for a sole trader small business with a very limited budget. The client was looking for something light and simple, and above all a website that was easy for them to maintain and create new content. Due to the limited budget the on going hosting costs would have […]
The preload attribute informs the browser whether or not the video data should begin downloading as soon as the video tag is loaded. It gets even better than that, you can chose how much preloading is done with the options auto, metadata, and none.
Two weeks ago I received an email from the British Tech Network who were looking for a guest speaker for a podcast on Responsive Design and someone suggested they get in touch with the curator of RWD Weekly. It turns out that while in London I worked with the organiser of the podcast and from there on it was all roses and raspberry cakes.
If you don’t know who Zurb is then I highly recommend that you head over to their website and check out the Foundation 3.0.
Today they posted about sharing ideas…
When ever you are testing responsive design sites across multiple devices you need rotate the device. Sometimes doing this means that you’re layout/design is zoomed in more than the normal size.
At the moment I’m monitoring mentions about “Responsive Web Design” on google alerts to continue to post the relevant content on Responsive Web Designs and compile it for a new website I’m building that contains a series of resources on #RWD.
This morning I came across this article, For Mobile SEO Ask “What Do Mobile Searchers Need?”, and couldn’t help but post a comment.