I've got a google maps website in beta. I've done all the output with no styling and now want to give it a lick of paint. |
So far in the clean-ish code i've used tables (some with some restrictive widths/heights), paragraphs and . Are they okay to keep or tables last century?
And presumably i want to identify what text should be headers 1, 2 etc. And then muck around with the css file afterwards.
i would love to do something like the twitter atlas here. But i don't know how the floating panes work. Presumably there is a browser neutral method?
The generated text on the website thankful is all in one slim table that is in one big string variable server-side so i can do some last minute manipulation on it if required before it gets dumped to screen.
I might as well provide the link: Planet Nomad.
It's got some nice feeds coming in - like the flickr feed, uk traffic news and reuters news service. I suppose its main selling point is the fact that users, once registered, can set up email alerts based upon a subject matter and a map location. I've used it personally to receive traffic news about my route to work every morning. Anyway, I'd appreciate any advice about the lick of paint stage and if it any dabbing web guru wants to help, well, i'd more than happy for the help.