CSS design tips

A useful list of CSS design tips by Dave Shea.

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It's amazing, it seems you have lowered the number of character per post bar in your weblog editorial line last week ... Is it a conscious decision ?

Why not to start a SideBlog ? It's today's hype :-)

>you have lowered the number of character per post bar [...] last week ... Is it a conscious decision ?

No, rather hectic times and low inspiration. Also, inspiration seems unheavenly distributed between my two weblogs.

> Why not to start a SideBlog ? It's today's hype :-)

I am thinking about it (e.g. to handle my tabs dumps). Now, before calling that hype, design Wonderboy Kottke seems to believe that the trend is in mixing all types of posts rather than running them side by side.

Concerning Kottke Redesign, it's very interesting. I like particularly the idea integrating external comments in the weblog flow. I must integrate this sort of practice in my "Syndicate essay" but it's actually on the bottom of my todo list :-( I think, it's very close with "Trusted Comments issue" too.

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