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Poor CSS work processes

Sent by Gunlaug_Sørtun on 23 September 2005 07:07


Andrew Gregory wrote:
....

> Many studies have found that the earlier bugs are found, the cheaper,
>  quicker, and easier they are to fix. That applies to web design too.

And the earlier web designers include this point in their
learning-process, the quicker they'll end up with cross-browser stable
designs that won't be in need of any further debugging.

> I hope more of you might consider earlier testing. I expect the 
> result  would be happier web designers, and more robust cross-browser
>  designs.

Amen...

	Georg
(designer + engineer = happy 'web carpenter')
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http://www.gunlaug.no
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