Category Archives: CSS

Three options for sharp, responsive logos

Web developers and graphic designers don’t like to see blurry logos, like we often see on retina displays. Generally, we will “fix” a unsharp logo by serving a PNG that is twice the resolution. This is a decent solution, but not an ideal one. Rasterized graphics will always be resolution dependent. Logos, in particular, wants to be what they are: vector, or line art. Here are some suggestions for making a logo crisp and responsive: Continue reading

New Proposed Tests for YSlow

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YSlow is one of my favorite open source projects. It tests web pages against a list of web performance best practices, and it can be run in a number of ways: as a browser plugin, from the command line, and as a bookmarklet on mobile devices. Also, it can be entirely customized for our needs; we can set the weights of tests to match our standards for a specific product, and we can add our own tests. Continue reading