They say you’ll have as much luck teaching an old dog new tricks as you would pouring new wine into old skins. Okay, so “they don’t” say this all that much … okay … never, so sue me.
The point of my not-so-toxic mix of metahpors is to remind everyone that though you think may have learned everything there is to know about a programming language, a protocol, a specification or what-have-you; the reality is that those of us who design and develop websites must either continually upgrade our skills or we must find a new career path.
So in my ongoing effor to keep church web masters on the bleeding edge, I present to you some light yet informative ‘reading material‘ you should print out and bring with you the next time you go to your … um … ‘reading room.’ I know I will!
Here’s a snippet to get you started:
“Usually attributes are assigned just one class, but this doesn’t mean that that’s all you’re allowed. In reality, you can assign as many classes as you like! For example:
<p class=”text side”>…</p>”
Ten CSS tricks you may not know – Webcredible
Now go read and learn likewise!