Intranet [en]

Writing web pages for an intranet is nice: if they show up OK in your browser, you know that they will behave the same on all the company’s computers.
Orange is giving me a good chance to mess about with CSS – and now that I look at the stylesheet I use here, I see there is a lot of work to be done.

I also want to slightly redesign (haven’t I been saying that for ages?) and clean up all my files.

My “helper” at work made me discover EditPlus, which is, I must admit, an improvement on Notepad. Even if it was just for the coloured tags and the multi-file replace.
So I’m hunting around to see if there is anything better, and also looking for a good free FTP client.

Suggestions, anyone?

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HTMLHell [en]

Here is some reading for you: I just discovered Zeldman’s HTMHell column on web design.

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CSS and PHP Tutorials [en]

The two small tutorials I made for users.f2s are finally finished and online. I wont duplicate them on this site, so you’ll just have to go and read them over there : )

CSS tutorial (Cascading Style Sheets)
PHP basics

Actually, I have duplicated them on this site, in the coding section: CSS and PHP. Make your choice!

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Jakob Nielsen Links [en]

Despite all the criticism I have heard/read lately on Jakob Nielsen, I have always found his alertbox articles very interesting.
Of course, one has to keep in mind that his standpoint is usability, not web design, and that it is therefore to be taken with a pinch of salt or two.

Here is a little collection of links I have gathered, mostly from his site, a few from other places.

Writing for the web

Other “website” stuff

Phew! I think that’s about it.
Remember, posting these links here doesn’t mean I adhere to everything the articles say. It means I think they are good reading.

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