On this last week's episode of DiggNation, Alex and Kevin discussed my article, 9 Signs You Shouldn't Hire THAT Web Guy. Kevin agrees with all of my assertions -- sweet! The segment about my article starts at about the 20 minute mark.
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Thank you to Kevin and Alex for taking the time to comment about my article!
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The idea of CSS sprites is pretty genius. For those of you who don't know the idea of a sprite, a sprite is basically multiple graphics compiled into one image. The advantages of using sprites are:
Fewer images for the browser to download, which means...
If you troll page markup like me, you've no doubt seen the use of data URI's within image src attributes. Instead of providing a traditional address to the image, the image file data is base64-encoded and stuffed within the src attribute. Doing so saves...
Wow, that is awesome!
That’s so cool, congrats!
I wish our player had chapter marks so you could point people right to the beginning. Thanks for embedding!
Wow, Impressive. I’m one of those lurkers:) I read all you’re entries although most of the time I haven’t a clue what you are talking about;) But I’m learning. Thanks for sharing.
ellen from ireland
Thank you for commenting Jim, and thank Kevin and Alex for me.