Friday, October 19, 2012 by Cuong Dang
Filed under: Elsewhere, Tips & Tricks
I've used quite a few image replacement techniques in web design in the past to create better typography for the web. But recently I've ran into a technique improved by Scott Kellum that proved to be effective as well as enhancing the performance of the site.
Wednesday, June 6, 2012 by Cuong Dang
Filed under: Elsewhere
Google today published recommendations for building smartphone-optimized websites and it encourages web designers and developers to take responsive web design technique as main recommendation.
Their recommendations on smartphone-optmized website strategies are:
Sites that use responsive web design, i.e. sites that serve all devices on the same set of URLs, with each URL serving the same HTML to all devices and using just CSS to change how the page is rendered on the device. This is G...
Wednesday, May 30, 2012 by Cuong Dang
Filed under: DotNetNuke, Events
This year DayOfDNN is hosted in Charlotte, NC on June 2. Although the timing of the event isn't perfect for me since I've been on an extended vacation...
Friday, December 2, 2011 by Ian Robinson
Filed under: Tips & Tricks, Module Development, DotNetNuke
Here is a quick round up of resources ...
Thursday, October 6, 2011 by Cuong Dang
Filed under: Tips & Tricks, UI and UX
Since the release of DotNetNuke 6.0, there have been quite a few conversations regarding z-index issues around navigation and the content area within a page.
If you look closely in the overhaul process of DotNetNuke user interface, it's incorporated jQuery UI as the core enhancements in most of the controls.
Image source: Smashing Magazine
The framework also specified the z-index values (in default.css) mostly to control the positioning and calculation of the new module actions menu height a...
Wednesday, October 5, 2011 by Cuong Dang
Filed under: Elsewhere, Skinning, DotNetNuke
If you're running an online business I assume you have already designed your fan pages on Facebook. If you haven't I don't think it's too late to jump into the bandwagon and join everyone out there. Many companies like Intel or Nokia have their own design on this social network and it creates quite a nice experience for users instead of staring at the old blue default color of Facebook.