LostInTangent wrote:People on here actually use Myspace?
Nope, everyone here uses sitespaces instead.
You live in the epicenter of amazing music by the way. I'm actually hoping to make it to Sweden this summer.
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I understand accessability, without sounding like an arse, I've been doing web design for long enough.
Long enough to know that pixel measurements don't cause problems with the important factor of the website, the text.
At least to the degree that you can expect the design to become somewhat less 'elegant', but when you take into consideration that em fluidity is often just as in-elegant. Then I don't see the point in working in complete em.
stevo_ wrote:em is over used. Since when is a single design fluid to that degree?
em inheritance is also pretty frustrating sometimes. I've actually moved away from using it more recently.
You would just set them to the names of the columns that contain the name and value data.
TommyCarlier wrote:Should every website be flashy and trendy and Web 2.0-y? I think not. And I think we should appreciate the fact he's using pure XML for his blog (not even XHTML).
JParrish wrote:One of the reasons I like to use business entities over a dataset is that with the dataset you are still working with the data in a tabular fashion, which to me is less intuitive than an object hierarchy.
I also think that when properly implemented, a business entity can be more performant. For instance, a business object that represents a "customer" may have demographics, a collection of recent transactions made by the customer, etc. Using lazy load techniques the object is then optimized to pull only the necessary data for any given usage, and does so intrinsicly.