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2008

A Guide to CSS Support in Email

by 22 others
Designing an HTML email that renders consistently across the major email clients can be very time consuming. Support for even simple CSS varies considerably between clients, and even different versions of the same client. We've put together this CSS support in email clients guide to save you the time and trouble of figuring it out for yourself. With 21 different sets of results, all the major email systems are covered, both desktop applications and webmail.

Les petits bouts de code à NiKo

Parfois, on a besoin d'inclure une vidéo QuickTime (.MOV) dans une page XHTML

Pingdom Tools

by 17 others
The Full Page Test loads a complete HTML page including all objects (images, CSS, JavaScripts, RSS, Flash and frames/iframes). It mimics the way a page is loaded in a web browser.

A Mac OS X-style Dock In JavaScript

by 1 other (via)
Apple’s Mac OS X operating system is renowned for its fluid graphical effects. One impressive feature is the dock’s ‘fish-eye’ effect, whereby icons expand and contract as the mouse moves over them. Achieving this effect in JavaScript is difficult, but the MacStyleDock function allows this feature to be implemented easily. An example is shown below (a larger demonstration is available on a separate page).

2007

POMPAGE - Emails HTML - Dompter la bête

by 27 others
Si vous êtes malchanceux et que le PDG utilise Lotus Notes mais veut que le design de l'email s'affiche partout de la même manière, tableaux et styles en ligne vous attendent.

2006

moo.fx - the next small thing

by 69 others
moo.fx is a superlightweight, ultratiny, megasmall javascript effects library, written with prototype.js. It's easy to use, fast, cross-browser, standards compliant, provides controls to modify Height, Width, and Opacity with builtin checks that won't let a user break the effect with multiple crazy clicks. It's also optimized to make you write the lesser code possible.

2005

Alex Bosworth's Weblog: 10 Places You Must Use Ajax

by 8 others
It's been well over a year now since GMail changed the way everyone thought about web apps. It's now officially annoying to use web apps that haven't replaced clunky html functionality with peppy Ajax goodness. Here are places Ajax should now be required in a web application

XHTML Character Entity Reference

by 53 others (via)
This page contains the 252 allowed entities in HTML 4 and XHTML 1.0, as outlined in section 24 of the official HTML 4 specifications, published by the W3C

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