Frontend CSS development

My web development career started as a front-end developer at Airlock, where I was producing sites with HTML, CSS and jQuery. Since then I have become an advanced front-end developer producing sites in HTML5 and CSS3, coding w3c standard-compliant and cross-browser compatible CSS.

Please get in touch if you would like to hire me for a web development project.

CSS blog posts

IE9 Hell(vetica)

On Tuesday I eagerly downloaded the new version of Internet Explorer, hoping that this version would be a turning point for the browser. I hoped this might be the end of IE’s inconsistencies, the start of Microsoft conforming to web standards, and the death of IE-specific style sheets. ...

Date
19th March 2011
Tags
CSS, IE
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Should websites look identical in every browser?

Throughout the course of my web development career I have debated this point with project managers, designers, clients, and even other web developers, who have argued that websites should look identical in every browser. There are several reasons that is impossible ...

Date
23rd February 2011
Tags
CSS, HTML
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Right-Aligned Fixed CSS Navigation Menu

For my first post I’m going to write about the navigation bar on my own site. I’d decided on fixed navigation, so as the user scrolls the navigation is fixed in relation to the browser window, rather than in relation to the document. ...

Date
4th November 2010
Tags
CSS, HTML, z-index
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