I stumbled across a post by John Rohan on creating triangles in CSS and thought it would be useful for using in CSS only breadcrumbs. Basically borders are drawn by browsers at angles and you can use this to your advantage to draw triangles.
It’s fantastic to see people with disabilities still cycling and giving it everything they’ve got. Inspirational.
I recently encountered an issue with the craziness that is IE6 and 7 not using the values of multiple buttons and instead submitting the inner HTML. IE6 goes one step further into the abyss of despair and sends every button’s inner HTML on the current page with a single click of one button. You can read more about this specific unfriendly IE issue with buttons on Drew McLellen’s blog.
I read CSS3 for Web Designers published by A Book Apart on the train home last night and finished it off this morning. The author Dan Cederholm has done a great job of describing the use of the most widely supported CSS3 properties available to date. It’s really succinct and to the point, which is what you want from such a short book. There’s definitely no rambling here, but there are a few quirky turns of phrase to liven it up and keep you interested.