Any form, on any page is always a duel between how much information you want from a user for a specific asset or goal and how much information the user is willing to give up in order to get the item that they want. (The asset, download, information etc.)
To increase page speed for blocking font rendering and to reduce the font rendering time when the page loads on your site, add your fonts as a preload at the top of your page. This may seem counter intuitive to load an asset ahead of time for page speed, but it makes sense in two… Read more »
You know that feeling when you get to a site and there isn’t much there and then you start to scroll and POW everything comes flying into the page in all directions. Yeah. Stop doing that.
If you are wondering why Outlook 2010 and 2013 email clients will not render your font-family tag correctly, you are not the only one. This is a known issue. So despite your fallback fonts being declared these older Outlook clients will use Times New Roman instead. You can always use the code below in the… Read more »
Mobile first for email. Oh course. Right? There are more mobile devices accessing your content, why wouldn’t it be mobile first? Well because mobile doesn’t need any help. It is the faster more nimble sibling to it’s slower desktop and browser based elders. Mobile first means that the styles in the head are for desktop…. Read more »
Seems like a lot of people are having problems with youtube iFrame embeds working correctly on iOS devices (iPhone, iPad). Sometimes they will work, other times they wont. I have seen a bunch of different fixes for this but nothing that worked consistently for me. The problem seems to come from the extra parameters that… Read more »
If you have run into problems checking out a case sensitive site repository to work on locally, you may know this frustration. Someone may have created a file in your repository that has the same name as another file but with different cases. eg. (imagename.png, ImageName.png) Your repository may know these as two different files… Read more »
I love the new Mac Lion operating system. The thing that I can’t figure out is why Apple decided to make Address Book and iCal have these old funky looking UIs to them. Apple Apps Page Take a look at the new Mac mail and it’s all nice, gray, minimalistic icons, clean. Same with Safari,… Read more »