It seems like a simple thing. Have the text align to the bottom of an element, instead of the top, while filling it’s parent’s container. In practice, it is a lot harder than it should be. Continue reading Menus With Bottom Aligned Titles
I have been working lately on retro fitting my department’s website by adding a time tracking feature. My first interface was just a couple of drop-downs, one for the hours numbered 1 through 12, and another for minutes with various minute values. There would be a default value of 2 minutes selected already for easy tracking of quick entries. Job done, right?
I have been playing around lately with responsive web design. My department is in the process of redesigning our site. To help everybody visualize what the site will look like and to help me with figuring out the css, I have been building a prototype out of just HTML5 and CSS3. The CSS generated by SASS. Scripting to run menus and other features will be added later. You must have a recent browser for it to work right, and since it is a prototype, I am not in any hurry to make it compatible with older browsers.
Take a look. (server taken off line.)