Chris had a great article on 4/18 titled “Faking ‘float: center’ with Pseudo Elements”. Thanks Chris! I had a go at it, choosing a bit of paleoanthropology history as my subject.
I was eager to try this technique, and had a few other things in mind to work on: I needed more practice with border-radius, saw the opportunity to use a “pull-quote”, and wanted to come up with a subtle way to identify in-line links.
I’m not asking for solutions to problems (but feel free to comment and make suggestions if you wish.) Just wanted to show how it came out: Robert Broom – a short biography. The color scheme was more accidental than anything else, but I like how it turned out.
hey just for a heads up, I was able to go in your directory and download a psd file. You should create a rule in your htaccess to place in your index folders to disallow them to be viewed by the public.
Nope. This rule will exclude any files from being viewed through your directory. You would have to give them a link to a certain image or document for them to view it instead of them going to the directory (/images) and being able to click through all the files.
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