Freelancing Gods 2015

27 Sep 2006

Link: Animated GIF images in hidden page elements - Rick Strahl's Web Log

29 Aug 2006

Link: Making Internet Explorer use position: fixed;

24 Aug 2006

Link: Details on our CSS changes for IE7

22 Aug 2006

Link: .NET slave - Reduce the weight of stylesheets by 35% at runtime


16 Aug 2006

Link: Bare Naked App » Blog Archive » Displaying percentages

15 Aug 2006

Link: GRC | Script-Free Pure-CSS Menu Demo

23 Jul 2006

Link: CSS examples


A *lot* of css examples

20 Jun 2006

Link: A List Apart: Articles: Prettier Accessible Forms

Styling forms using semantically correct markup, css, and a dash of javascript

21 May 2006

Link: Properties : CSS 2.1 Reference : Cultured Code

Very slick CSS reference

20 May 2006

Link: Buttonator

For all your styled button needs

16 May 2006

Link: QuirksMode - for all your browser quirks

13 Apr 2006

Link: :: API lookup service

helpful reference to a stack of apis

08 Mar 2006

Link: FarCry - Mollio

some neat templates for common layouts - and made in australia too :)

02 Mar 2006

Link: Layout Gala: a collection of 40 CSS layouts based on the same markup and ready for download!

Useful collection of CSS layouts, all based on the same xhtml markup.

28 Feb 2006

Link: Lokesh Dhakar | » Squeaky Clean CSS


Some neat notes on how to keep CSS files organised

10 Feb 2006

Link: CSS Basics - Making Cascading Style Sheets Easy to Understand


28 Dec 2005

Link: Luxury Type

A nice run-down of Mac fonts - with some discussion over Windows equivalents and what is best suited for what kind of use.

24 Aug 2005

Link: Behaviour : Using CSS selectors to apply Javascript behaviours

Something I should really get into the habit of doing - separating javascript completely from the presentation.

13 Jul 2005

Link: XHTML Templates

Very handy templates for XHTML and CSS

21 Jun 2005

Link: Making the Jump to tableless design

Presentation from @media on designing sites purely in CSS - no tables.

RssSubscribe to the RSS feed

About Freelancing Gods

Freelancing Gods is written by , who works on the web as a web developer in Melbourne, Australia, specialising in Ruby on Rails.

In case you're wondering what the likely content here will be about (besides code), keep in mind that Pat is passionate about the internet, music, politics, comedy, bringing people together, and making a difference. And pancakes.

His ego isn't as bad as you may think. Honest.

Here's more than you ever wanted to know.

Open Source Projects

Other Sites

Creative Commons Logo All original content on this site is available through a Creative Commons by-nc-sa licence.