Last night there was some interesting happens on James’ Blog, as two people Fire G and myself set out to make James’ Blog load much faster as my friend Fire G (Fire Studios) had informed me that my site page load times was really slow. Now a days worrying about someones internet connection isn’t that much of a headache anymore as most people are on broadband, so you don’t have to constantly limit your image sizes etc as much as you used to, but Fire G was right, the blog on a whole was loading slow.
If the fact of having some huge Hadron Collider killing us all by punching a black hole into the earth and sucking us all in wasn’t enough, we now have yet another doomsday theory circulating! This time ladies and gentlemen it’s not crazy swiss people with PHD’s, this time it’s a prophecy which for told century’s ago that we are going to be doomed 2,000 years later of this prophecy. Fear not! This time we can prepare as the exact date of Doomsday is 21st Decemeber 2012!
When coding CSS there are many properties that you can optimise, doing this can also save time on defining attributes that can be optimised within on attribute in the first place, having this knowledge can help you with your CSS as well, saving space on your stylesheets and even in some cases speed up page loading times!
Here is probably one of the most effective ways of remembering key elements and attributes by using a quick list. We explain various elements and attributes in tutorials but wouldn’t it be nice to have a page that lists every HTML tag, element and attribute with explanation of what they are? The HTML quick list will do just that, each element and attribute in HTML is listed with a explanation and of course a example of it’s use. Dive into the HTML quick list as your about to get everything downloaded into your brain!
Oh dear ladies and gentlemen looks like this mass panic of the earth ending today was all for nothing! Unless we’ve been sucked into the black hole and managed to sustain and preserve the earth so we can continuing living, but I think the black hole hasn’t consumed us. At least not yet anyway. Well yesterday I was eagely awaiting the turn on of the Hadron Collider, actually I overslept and completely forgot about it until I saw various news articles on MSN.com talking about it, then realised, oh yeah Earth’s meant to end today.