Ethan Marcotte is a web designer and developer who cares about beautiful design, elegant code, and how the two intersect. He is currently working on a book about responsive web design, and drinking entirely too much coffee.
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Articles by Ethan Marcotte
Ethan Marcotte explains the theory and practice of CSS gradients, separates the duelling syntaxes and wields a mean color-stop. No longer will gradients confound, baffle or frustrate. Just leave the rainbows to the unicorns.
15 12/2007 Conditional Love
Ethan Marcotte explores methods of delivering browser-tailored CSS to uncooperative user agents if the need arises. Like the brightly coloured, ill-fitting sweater granny gave you last Christmas, there’s some styles that are only appropriate in certain company. Choose wisely, my friend.
8 12/2005 Centered Tabs with CSS
Ethan Marcotte delves headlong into the sticky issue of centered, list-based tab navigation with remarkable verve and compelling results. Snuggle up by the fire with a hot toddy and a moist companion, for today’s tip is freshly ironed for sir’s pleasure.