Every so often you pick up a project that has been coded by somebody else and encounter something and you can’t help but wonder what the f**k they were thinking, often it’s down to naivety or a lack of knowledge, or even a use of old outdated coding methods but then sometimes it’s just mind boggling bizarre.
Here’s a few examples I’ve come across recently but I’m sure there’s plenty of you with more to share. Continue reading →
Some of you may have noticed that I’ve not done any writing for a while, well it’s kind of a new years resolution for me to get back into it. I’ve got lots of half articles strewn around which I’ll look at finishing off but I thought I’d kick off with a look back at last year.
This was requested on the original CSS hover tabs post and as usual it has taken me ages to get around to doing it.
Anyway it is just the previous version realigned and also with an added tab to show you how easy it is to customise and add extra tabs.
You can view the demo here, it’s pretty straight forward and I won’t go into detail as it is all worked using the same principles as the original post so read that first and then take a look at the source of this one. It’ll do you good to do some thinking and look at what’s changed!
Having completed a website for Wineberg the Tailors we were asked to do a site for another of the companies’ businesses Stamford Clothiers who specialise in plus two’s, plus four’s and breeks for shooting and golfing communities.
The site offers made to measure and ready to wear clothing in a variety of different cloths and also ready to wear stockings.
Built on the popular eCommerce platform TradingEye the site has been given a custom layout and various customised areas and modifications from TradingEye including modified search functionality.
Following the site launch an email marketing newsletter and offline advertising has seen the site get off the ground with a flurry of orders.