One day training in DOM Scripting
I’m going to spend Wednesday, July 20th delivering some hands-on training in DOM Scripting. If you’ve got the time and the means, please do come along to The Leathermarket in London.
The one day training session is limited to just six places to keep it nice and personal so, if you do want to attend, you might want to sign up soon.
Speaking of which, ain’t she a beauty?
I really like the visual design, courtesy of Cameron. But what I love, love, love is the wonderfully fluid implementation. Shrink your browser down to 640 pixels wide, expand it to 800, 1024, 1440, or any other width you want. Bump up the font size, knock it back down. Hey, it’s your browser.
This is true web design. Patrick clearly hasn’t shied away from the challenges. Rounded corners? Bring em on!
Here’s the final proof that this is envelope-pushing stuff: the nitpickers hate it. Reading through some of the comments on the WSA site is an object lesson in how to give petulant, unconstructive criticism.
Thankfully, Andy came along and delivered a bitchslap. Booya!