What things would you change about a design?
So check this out. Super simple way to get rounded corners on just about any block-style element and images!
How it works now:
You create your HTML file and then your CSS file. You link the two together through the tag in the header. Start coding your guts out, switching between the two to add classes and ID’s to the stylesheet as you go. Then, at the end, switch to CSS to style it. This may be a little bit different according to your workflow, but that’s how I get things done.
NOW imagine something like this. Go to File>New and create your HTML document. Easy Peasy. At the very start, link to your stylesheet. What’s that? You don’t have one created yet? Well, DreamWeaver can – and does – already tell you that. What if you want to take it to a new level? Have it automatically create the file for you in the directory you specified in the href of the link? Is this blowing your mind yet?
Hang on, cuz I’m not done yet…
These are some class notes I took from my interaction design class focusing on designing a website. Thought it would be helpful for everyone out there.
It’s a really good practice to track down 404 errors. I found a bunch on my photography blog that were being caused by a unique problem. My WordPress theme was creating a link to older posts that didn’t exist. The problem with this is Google’s spiders will follow that link, only to find a 404 error page. It’ll kill you EVERY time!
Here’s the PHP that was there before the problem.