How do you make pizza on a BBQ? You just make pizza on a BBQ! All you need is a BBQ and a metal plate to lay your pizza on.
Grilled pineapple dusted with cinnamon is a super easy & delicious desert, which will light up any BBQ!
Firecracker salmon is super easy to make and is always a hit at any gathering. It can be served however you like – in its tin foil wrapper or even on a pizza!
This recipe for walnut brownies was first published in the “Lil’ Chefs” calendar by Unicef.
It’s time for a CSS3 @font-face browser support table. One that documents specifically how browsers act when either the whole font family is specified (regular, italic, bold, bold-italic & small-caps) or only the regular version of the font is specified. The test-case that this based on uses the ideal, easiest (laziest) implementation and can be found on its own page here.
Hi Internet! Happy New Year! Here’s a list of the best weblogs on the internet in 2009:
Chris Coyier over at css-tricks.com had a great example of a css conundrum: how to centre, both vertically and horizontally, multiple lines of text. He some good code (using table-cell) but his code for IE relied on some (script)expressions which can have the unfortunate habbit of slowing down a page.
This series of articles is about the challenges that arise when using @font-face. Font licensing is one (that many others have written about) and the file-size of included font-files is another, but this article is about browser implementation eccentricities. I’ll start off by showing the ideal @font-face implementation in this article, before moving on to showing current browser deficiencies and the implementation I settled on for including a full font-family which works in the here and now.
Good Example: YouWorkForThem Nice clear vertical design from YouWorkForThem. Good use of fixed positioning for the pagination.