Hi, I’m Brian Dys — a photographer from the inside looking out · a composer entangled in electronic music · a UX designer · a spouse, a parent, & everything in between.
I’m looking for a bubblegum patch for tables displayed in narrow viewports. So, I thought about
max-width: 100%, and
overflow-x: auto. Take a look at the examples: Example 1 shows the problem of the overflowing content of the table and Example 2 shows the quick solution.
A while ago, I was connecting my HTC phone to Mac and it needed a piece of app to do so. Of course, there’s a requirement to agree to something I seldom read.
My behavior is to press on the label “I agree to the terms of the license agreement” instead of on the checkbox hoping that this will also tick the box.
But nothing happens because the label is a mere label unconnected from the form element (checkbox).
How do we make it easier for the user?
We must provide an action whether the user’s behavior is to press on the checkbox or on the label – the box should toggle.
First of all, let me tell you that I am grateful for our forefathers who relentlessly struggled to gain our independence a long time ago. Independence literally from foreign oppressors.
But personally, this day feels like celebrating my 13th birthday. Cakes and gifts and party hats didn’t bear much delight anymore. Suddenly it became irrelevant.
Today, Google is celebrating Philippine Independence Day. And lots of government officials. And organizations. And Filipino people, too.
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Circular images everywhere
No doubt that the traditional rectangle image has lost its edge literally. CSS
border-radius enabled designers to carve the sharp edges into rounded corners. And take it to the extreme, the corners vanish and the shape becomes a circle.
Spotify’s app presents album and artist covers in a circular manner with the same picture faded in the background.
This is what we’ll recreate using HTML and CSS.
You know something, Hecate. I wish I could go back to Cliffordville and begin again – I’m starting all over. You see, getting it – that was the kick – getting it, not having it.
~ William Feathersmith