Even if you're able to code complex website layouts, coding an html email is a hard job and there's lots of things to take into consideration. This article features the most important things I've learned in 5 years of coding html emails.
Front-end web developent can seem to be easy at first, but producing a clean, semantic, and cross-browser code is definitely a hard job. In this article, I have compiled the top 10 best practices that have been useful to me in the past 3 years.
Tables are a very important part of HTML, but they can also be a pain to deal with. Using TableGear, you can create dynamic tables that can be edited "on the fly" and sort according to your needs. And all that, with almost no effort.
That's a fact: It's very annoying to click on a link and find an Error 404. So what about a little bit of fun? In this tutorial, I'll show you how to create a Blue Screen of Death-like 404 page.
Who doesn't hate IE6? Sadly, developers have to deal with that obsolete browser due to the still important amount of people using it.
After all, this browser is such a pain for developers, that we have the right to avenge us from time to time;)