Hacked Off With CSS?Written by Andrew Faulkner
Many webmasters/designers are now using CSS for layout purposes on their sites to ensure web current web standards are met. But with current trends it can be hard to predict exact look of a site across complete range of browsers. Some are flawed and some have their ‘special quirks’ when displaying a website. Designers, being types that need perfection in their design, often ‘Hack’ their CSS code to create a design that ‘works’ across browsers or platforms. But is this way forward?
For those not familiar with CSS Hacks, they are ways of using styles/classes that only apply to particular browsers. They are used to overcome display problems mentioned previously by exploiting CSS structure and code. Most involve simple punctuation tricks to fool problematic browser into accepting a different style to browsers that display correctly.
CSS Hacks work, but there are two main points to consider.
Firstly, validity of CSS may be affected. Invalid CSS hardly seems worthwhile as main aim of CSS layout is to embrace web standards.
A Little Secret About Public Domain TreasuresWritten by Manjit Kaur
I bet this little secret is going to get YOU excited…..just like it did me. I just discovered public domain treasures and it’s a perfect business opportunity for many new internet entrepreneurs.
Did you know there’s a little known loophole in US law that allows anyone to distribute, resell or give away expired copyrighted content? Officially, its called public domain, and savvy marketers “borrow” it to publish instant products.
Public domain refers to anything that is NOT protected under US copyright law. This includes all works published before 1923 and under certain conditions, works published up to 1978. A “work” can be anything, a book, movies, plays, songs, photographs, instruction manuals, posters, courses, reports, etc. You could take these works, repackage them and sell them for a profit. By tapping into public domain content, all nitty gritty work has been done for you.
There are almost an endless number of ways that you can make money with public domain content. Let me suggest 10 different models you can use to activate and tap public domain treasures.