a six-across treatment for our images, placing them all in the same row : @media screen and (min-width: 1300px).figure, li#f-mycroft margin-right:. Jen Simmons : I think theres a couple things that were true. Well be back with another Big Web Show next week. Jeffrey Zeldman : Thats why the early web designers hated Jakob Nielsen, because he was saying customers need the blue underline links. Layout, typographic and color-scheme information is provided by Cascading Style Sheet (CSS) instructions, which can either be embedded in the html or can be provided by a separate file, which is referenced from within the html. "Print Friendly for Chrome optimizes Web pages for printing". A properly coded web page is going to be accessible to many different browsers old and new alike, display resolutions, as well as those users with audio or visual impairments. Responsive web design offers us a way forward, finally allowing us to design for the ebb and flow of things. You just put a big wide margin on something and youre going to get white space, but recently, I forget who I guess its the Vignellis. This is our way forward.
I want to talk about viewport and sculpture, and real white space, but before we do that, can I take a quick commercial break? Im Jeffrey Zeldman, your host, and my guest today is the amazing, the incredible Jen Simmons. In the old days, you could make a curved shape by cobbling together a table layout with thousands of tiny pieces of imagines, for example, or thousands of little divs and spans to create a curved box, and then we eventually just had curves. Dont mind the unsightly percentages; were simply recalculating the widths of the fluid grid to account for the newly linearized layout. Jeffrey Zeldman : Ive got a rectangular shape, a photograph of an author, I make the picture a circle in CSS, and I set it to the left or right of their name.