John Holt Ripley
I aim to build websites that work for any user or device, and I've been doing it since way back when we used tables for layout. I find myself saying "Yes, but what happens if JavaScript is disabled?" a lot. And I like my tea. Lots of tea.
  • Web Design
    Unicode: A Beginner’s PrimerUnicode
    Believe it or not, there's an image format which is built right into your browser. It allows images to be downloaded even before you need them, renders them perfectly on Retina screens, and allows them to have CSS colours and effects applied to them. Ok, I'm not being entirely truthful there. It's not an image format as such – but the rest still applies. Using Unicode you can create icons that are resolution independent, have virtually no download time and can also be styled with CSS.Read More…