To f*cking funny: http://www.elliottkember.com/ie.html
I have seen a lot of list and overviews lately about twitter. Here is a small summary.
67 twitter applications, tools, backgrounds and resources
An interesting list from csstea. In this list you will find 67 useful twitter applications, tools, backgrounds and resources.
Twitter Avatars In Comments
- Loads userâ€™s avatar by matching the email address to the userâ€™s Twitter email address.
- If user doesnâ€™t have a Twitter account, it first tries to load userâ€™s gravatar. If user doesnâ€™t have a gravatar, it loads a default image. This is an optional setting.
- You can set a 2-pixel border to the images (you choose the color).
- You can choose the size: we suggest 24, 48 or 72 pixels.
- You can set an image other than the default one to load if a user doesnâ€™t have a Twitter account or a gravatar.
- It builds a valid image for you (with alt and title attributes, etc.) based on user details.
- Allows you to add a class to the image, so you can style it later.
Free Twitter Bird Icon Set
Every month Smashing Magazine take a look around and select some of the most interesting web-development-related web-sites. Youâ€™ll find useful references, tutorials, services, tools, techniques and articles Smashing Magazine have found over the last 30 days.
Make sure you check:
- Vintage Logotypes
- jQuery Tutorials for Designers
- CSS Message Box collection
- Most used CSS tricks
- Feed Analysis v1.1
- Acid3 Test Released
A new word from Bruce Lawson
It’s such a great word, because it has all the monosyllabic satisfaction of yelling “Twat!” and all the conversation-terminating venom of barking Crap! with none of the career-damaging rudeness. In fact, the person hearing the word should leave you feeling reassured and educated, as “Twap” is, of course, an acronym for the phrase “The Web Ain’t Print”.
Here is an example…
Bruce, in the printed brochure, all the headings are underlined, but on the website you’ve missed out the underlines. Can you fix it urgently?