Anna Ullrich

Anna Ullrich's blog, devoted to art, creativity, web design & development, and Microsoft Expression Web

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  • Blog Post: “Sadistic” Web Developers Taunt Internet Explorer 6 Users

    There’s a good article on CNN.com today titled “ Web citizens trying to kill Internet Explorer 6 ”, about web developers going on the offense to get users of IE 6 to upgrade their browser . I was hoping to see Expression Web MVP Morten Rand-Hendricksen ’s own website Stop Living In The Past mentioned...
  • Blog Post: Give up CSS layouts and use tables

    The clock is ticking …. http://giveupandusetables.com/ ( Thanks to Janko Jovanovic for making me aware of this site )
  • Blog Post: Test your sites in different versions of Internet Explorer (Part 2) – Introducing SuperPreview (BETA)

    My earlier post Test your websites in different versions of Internet Explorer has received a lot of hits since posted it and so I'm really pleased to submit this follow-up post on a new feature developed by my Expression Web team called SuperPreview that helps with the same problem. Rather than...
  • Blog Post: New forum at Smashing Magazine

    Smashing Magazine has launched a new forum: http://forum.smashingmagazine.com/ And they’re giving away web-related books to randomly selected registered forum members this Friday, Feb 13, 2009: http://www.smashingmagazine.com/2009/02/09/smashing-forum-launch-and-books-giveaway/ If you get in early, you...
  • Blog Post: Separating the wheat from the chaff: Script & Style helps you find the best web development articles

    The Community Server control panel for my blog purports to show me what site a person was on when they clicked a link and came to my blog. Looking at the panel tonight, I noticed many hits coming to my post “ Test your websites in different versions of Internet Explorer ” from scriptandstyle.com where...
  • Blog Post: Test your websites in different versions of Internet Explorer

    [Update March 18, 2009 - see my new post about a new feature called SuperPreview for testing your website in multiple versions of IE: http://blogs.msdn.com/anna/archive/2009/03/18/test-your-sites-in-different-versions-of-internet-explorer-part-2-introducing-superpreview-beta.aspx . Now back to the original...
  • Blog Post: Do websites need to look exactly the same in every browser?

    …depends on who you talk to. If you talk to a visual designer, such as the person who develops web comps in Photoshop but doesn’t know their way around web page markup, the answer is probably YES. If you talk to the client that is hiring the web developer to build the website, the answer is probably...
  • Blog Post: Easy discount for An Event Apart Web Design Conference

    If you plan to attend An Event Apart this year and you are on Facebook , you should join the Designing with Web Standards Facebook group where Jeffrey Zeldman is currently offering members $100 off the An Event Apart registration fee, just for being a member of his Facebook group.
  • Blog Post: ART = DECOR

    Question: What's fine art photography? Spike Mafford 's reply: "...art that's used as decor rather than a commercial application, like on a coffee mug or a packaging somehow." Art is decor ... yikes, if you feel like starting a riot sometime, say that to some artists at an art opening. :) ...
  • Blog Post: Am I hot or not?

    You've visited the http://www.hotornot.com/ website. You've voted. You've compared your vote to the average of all other voters. (You've wondered if the rumors are true that the founders of hotornot sold it for 20 million.) Maybe you've also visited http://www.hotcaptcha.com/ , but that felt a little...
  • Blog Post: In 3 and a half minutes, all you need to know about web design and web standards

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