Monthly Archives: April 2007
Alas, I’ve not got anything ready for the May 1st Reboot. My sincerest apologies; work has been busy. Off-the-hook busy. So I’ll do something quicker and easier and not-at-all like redesigning my site. My toolbox. At the risk of starting … Continue reading
Wondering why this page looks a little spartan today? That’s because it’s CSS Naked Day!!! Go check out other nakedness! Update: It’s no longer the 5th of April; clothes are back on.
TheyWorkForYou.co.nz is a great resource; it is “a volunteer-run website that aims to make it easy for people to keep tabs on the activity of Aotearoa New Zealand’s Parliament.” It’s a really well-built site, and I’ve just discovered/noticed today that … Continue reading
I meant to blog about this a few weeks back, but I forgot. 🙁 The New Zealand government has recently released the NZ Government Web Standards and Recommendations v1.0. This document covers mark-up (HTML, XHTML, CSS), content, page layout, security, … Continue reading