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ArtLung posts tagged with “css”


  • Blog Post Visualization + Code

    I’ve been doing maintenance galore on this site. I have a hand-written theme and I’ve been doing things like returning the footer to a good shape and sweating the responsive details of it. I first wrote that code in 2010 but I’ve adapted it to be a bit better and now am using CSS Grid…


  • Responsive joecrawford.com with Twitter Bootstrap 2.0

    Continuing my series on upgrading joecrawford.com using Bootstrap. Bootstrap 2.0 was just released, and it has some default “responsive” features. What’s “responsive” about it? Stanford has a good definition. Responsive web design A website that responds to the device that accesses it and delivers the appropriate output for it uses responsive design. Rather than designing…


  • joecrawford.com, 2012. With Bootstrap.

    Yesterday I modified my site joecrawford.com. I purchased the domain in 1999 thinking that it would be important to have a more “professional” domain than “artlung.” I go back and forth about the utility of that. Back in 2011 sometime, I decided to remove most of the ways to contact me, and remove the self…


  • I am 40.

    40 I’m not sure why exactly they call it “The Big Four Oh.” It is startlingly common to hear it called that. My mom, my mother-in-law. Maybe everyone calls it that. I don’t remember 30 being called “The Big Three Oh” though. I’m not sure what I think about turning 40 yet. I feel pretty…


  • WordPress Graphical Post Count Visualization

    I’m playing with a new theme for my blog, and wanted a better way to let people quickly scan for how many posts I had. So I used a background image of black, offset with background-position in css to let a graph “show through” to show the count. I’ve also posted the PHP and CSS…


  • Site Launch: FireMapper

    This past week and today the finishing touches were put on: Space Instruments’ website– FireMapper.com. The site design was done by Benecke Creative, and I did the underlying html, CSS and JavaScript. It’s got some nifty stuff on it. I particularly am proud of some of the mouseovers in areas like the Oil Spill Mapper…