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Stuff and Nonsense: Strategies for CSS Switching : Comments

By Christopher Schmitt, Mark Trammell, Ethan Marcotte, Todd Dominey, Dunstan Orchard

July 18, 2005

Comments

Ken Westin

July 18, 2005 10:35 PM

Where was this book two years ago?! Looks like this is going to be a great book, love the Q&A at the end. I like that you show multiple approaches to a given problem, really putting theory to practice.

jasmanac

July 19, 2005 1:02 AM

A little longer but very interesting and useful article. Thanks man ;)

Eric Ferraiuolo

July 19, 2005 6:26 AM

IOTBS has a problem with flashing the default styles then loading the user-specified styles on every page refresh or reload. Whereas scripts that seem to use the window.onload don’t have this sort of problem; they only flash the default styles this first time the window is opened.

IOTBS is a great start but improvment on flashing default styles is needed to reveal its full potential.

anthony

July 19, 2005 6:27 AM

great info, but way too long to read on a screen.

Blair Millen

July 21, 2005 4:53 AM

If it’s too long to read on-screen, then you know what to do? Print it out…

Yes, it was long but a thoroughly interesting to read; particularly the Malarkey interview.

Chris K

July 21, 2005 10:47 AM

Great teaser. I can’t wait for the book to come out.

Candy

August 17, 2005 4:04 PM

The article was intriguing. It makes correlation to the possiblity of the developer writing scent-enabling content into their style sheets or interface with impartiality towards visual and audio but enhancing the net experience. This would spark the use of Multi-Sensory Peripheral Devices therefore broadening the bandwidth of perception of modality.

J. J.

August 19, 2005 5:56 PM

www.malarkey.co.uk/The_Stuff_and_Nonsense_team.aspx#clarke requires the www. (it’s incorrectly linked in the article). I’ve quoted one of Clarke’s answers in my own blog because it’s a simple demonstration of the power of CSS.

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