HTML, CSS and Other Curious Stuff That You May Find Hard-coded In Your Web Application

Design View Dude is asking interesting questions about composing HTML/CSS mark-up in the process of building a .NET Web application. Ok, I may be a little too radical on this, but IMHO the controls should emit as little HTML mark-up as possible. Ideally, none. I am puzzled at how such great concepts as XSLT and XML-driven rendering […]

Antarctica.uab.edu or why cobbler’s kids go barefoot

One of my more recent projects was the Antarctica.uab.edu Web site. Basically, it hosts online journals of a close-knit group of scientists at University of Alabama at Birmingham (UAB), who are currently pursuing biological research in Antarctica. Twice a week (or more often, if time permits), they connect to the Internet and update their journals, read comments, […]