PXtoEM.com is a simple tool can be pretty useful when writting CSS. It allows you to convert Pixels to EMs and viceversa directly on the site.The tool was crafted by front-end engineer Brian Cray. Check out his homepage for some other cool resources.
If you happen to need a fictional name, street address and business name to use as a placeholder in your designs, the Random Thing Generator can be a very handy tool. Even more so if you’re designing a list of users, or greeting cards for various users.
If you need more data than displayed at first, you can always click the Refresh button at the top of each column for more, fresh stuff.Ps: check out the cool effect they’ve created for refreshing. 🙂
I’ve been trying to start this blog for several years. Was I lacking the courage, a clear idea, or something else, I don’t know. Maybe all of it. One of the things I couldn’t decide on was the name, but why is that so important?
Well, the name is one of the things that define the blog, what is it about, defines it’s tone, identity and personality. This blog is intended to be educating and inspiring, targeting both web enthusiasts, professionals and small-to-medium website owners, sharing insights and ideas about design, development, optimization and promotion, and hopefully helping people that live on the web to achieve their goals and contribute to a higher quality of web environment.
I eventually chose the name “reSabi Board” to represent a place where info will be shared and discussed in a relaxed and informal way.
Please do share your thoughts about this name, and of the idea for the blog, off course! 🙂
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