I found a great tutorial on Speckyboy.com that shows how to make a beautiful CSS3 search bar (in fact I’m using it on my site). Read the tutorial here:
I was recently reading an article on smashingmagazing.com and came across something I have to share. I always knew CSS Resets were used, but never understood why. From the article I was reading he says this:
“Browsers have different default styles for the elements we’ll be using, so understanding this and getting all of the elements to look the same is important.”
“You can either deal with these individually or, if you’re project will include more than just this navigation, use a reset to clear all of the styles and start fresh.”
You can download CSS Reset code here: http://meyerweb.com/eric/tools/css/reset/
If you are a little rusty or completely new to Unix, I recommend reading this.
I recently read “Is Drupal Good for Design?” from Spekyboy.com and realize what I’ve been thinking all along. “[Drupal is] a code monkey’s playground.” It is not for designers and probably is not the best CMS to hand off to clients for lack of usability. Read the full article here http://speckyboy.com/2011/12/21/is-drupal-good-for-design-what-do-you-think/