New Issue of Digital Web Magazine
May 4, 2005 at 10:33 PM
The times, they are a-changin'. What Bob Dylan said in 1964 couldn't be more true today as the Web we know and grow is in a renaissance. We're seeing evidence of it all over. Flickr, Really Simple Syndication (RSS), and Backpack from 37Signals are all signs of Web 2.0 - what co-columnists Richard MacManus and Joshua Porter call a paradigm shift in the way we will build the Web in the very near future. In this first installment of their Web 2.0 Design: Bootstrapping the Social Web column, Richard and Joshua present six important trends that characterize Web 2.0 for Designers.
In the second half of this double issue, contributing author Mark Newhouse brings you more on the number one requested topic from the annual Digital Web Magazine Readership Survey - CSS. Mark continues where he left off helping us to build our CSS knowledge from the ground up with a sequel to his CSS 101 article, which is entitled CSS 102 of course. In CSS 102, Mark leads us a through a concise primer on Borders and Backgrounds. Pull up a chair, set a spell and enjoy this great double issue of Digital Web Magazine.