In Issue No. 325 of A List Apart for people who make websites, we present an excerpt from The Elements of Content Strategy and a primer on how to keep your layouts afloat.
by ERIN KISSANE
There’s really only one central principle of good content: it should be appropriate for your business, for your users, and for its context. Appropriate in its method of delivery, in its style and structure, and above all in its substance. As Erin Kissane explains, content strategy is the practice of determining what each of those things means for your project—and how to get there from where you are now. We are delighted to present an excerpt from Erin’s new book, (and the third title from A Book Apart), The Elements of Content Strategy.
by NOAH STOKES
The float property is a valuable and powerful asset to any web designer/developer working with HTML and CSS. Tragically, it can also cause frustration and confusion if you don’t fully understand how it works. Test or refresh your knowledge as Noah Stokes explores float theory and behavior, and guides us through common float-related coding pitfalls.