CSS Frameworks undoubtedly help in providing a quick and pleasantly aesthetic look to your product and can give considerable help in providing the base HTML, CSS and JS required. For a developer like me, CSS Frameworks contribute many of the modern standards and techniques which I may lack as a non-designer. Creating a good responsive design from scratch is not a trivial exercise so a good CSS Framework can give you a great base to start from.
Markdown is a very lightweight markup language devised by John Gruber. It is used to convert plain text to HTML using a simple syntax. The main advantages of doing this are (1) you can create HTML in a plain text editor and (2) you can create HTML without any knowledge of HTML syntax.
Bootstrap Tooltip is a very easy way to implement pop-up tooltips and is very useful in adding tooltip help to both buttons and text. You can even mark up the text in your external data for on-screen dispay. My demo is here and the code for that is shown below. <!DOCTYPE html> <html> <head> <link… Read More »
Web pages are often created, published and then just forgotten about. Not only can the content go stale and uninteresting, but links, downloads and email addresses may change, breaking the pages. This can seriously affect SEO. Technology also changes. Pages which looked great a few years ago can look poor or even unreadable on current… Read More »