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SharePoint Boocamp + SharePoint Experts = CSS+XHTML Compliance

By shane.perran in : CSS and Usability, SharePoint, SharePoint 2007 // Apr 21 2006

As of a couple of days ago www.sharepointbootcamp.com and www.sharepointexperts.com, Dustin Millers projects are table-free, XHTML 1.0 Strict compliant, and designed 100% visually using SharePoint Designer 2007. It’s great to see people involved with SharePoint advocating web standards to any extent. It’s our best hope for a faster advance toward a CSS structure under the [...]

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Making Popular Design Decisions (By Eric Meyer)

By shane.perran in : CSS and Usability // Apr 20 2006

Excellent article on making popular design decisions by Mr Eric Meyer himself. Small Exerpt: Every time you make a layout decision – fluid vs fixed, scaled vs percentage, a few more people hate you. How do you make the right decisions and when? You’re a Web designer, right? You fascist oppressor. What gives you the [...]

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The Importance of Visual Communication

By shane.perran in : CSS and Usability // Apr 18 2006

Visual Communication is incredibly important, especially when presenting. The majority of presenters use the “bullet point” approach thinking they are doing wonders for simplifying their message. They are right to a degree, but without a visual to backup the message, it’s left open to interpretation. The example below was used recently by Ryan at 37 [...]

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SharePoint 2007, Content Management Server and Andrew Connell

By shane.perran in : CSS and Usability, SharePoint, SharePoint 2007 // Apr 18 2006

I just finished watching Andrew Connell present on the upcoming Content Management Server which is embedded in SharePoint 2007. Great talk, lots of juicy information. If you didn’t make it to the web-cast I saved the presentation as a PDF. I’m sure this will be available on-demand soon enough but in the meantime here are [...]

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