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Striking contrast in the statements about whether Svbtle will ever be available to everyone: “The goal is simple: when you see the Svbtle design, you should know that the content is guaranteed to be great.” and “Just wait until Svbtle is finished and open to the public.”
I just can’t bring myself to be interested in anything running on Ruby on Rails, though.
Michael, I read about these two while I was in the airport yesterday. I’m finding it very interesting how many bloggers are going for simple designs, and just-as-simple blogging engines. I’m fiddling my way through a redesign of mistersugar.com, using the Bootstrap CSS framework, with Txp naturally, but as pared down as I can go.
I want to delve into Bootstrap sometime soon. Gina Trapani said it made putting together http://narrowthegapp.com/ very easy.
Gina Trapani said it made putting together http://narrowthegapp.com/ very easy.
Looks like basically the example site.
In a way, each of us has an El Guapo to face. -Lucky Day (Three Amigos)
Gina is a great programmer, but she said used Boostrap because she had no design skills. :)
I think it was near the end of http://twit.tv/show/this-week-in-google/138
Last edited by michaelkpate (2012-03-29 14:54:54)
If you check out Bootstrap design galleries, you see a lot of common stuff, like the bar across the top. A few sites actually do stand out, but one very common theme is, “I just need this up, fast.” I have used it for that purpose and it was incredibly fast to work with.
“I just can’t bring myself to be interested in anything running on Ruby on Rails, though.”
Same here. Surely there’s a PHP version of Subtle or Obtuse or whatever they’re calling it.
And Bootstrap is cool but I think Zurb Foundation is awesomer.
My TXP sites from now on will be built on it.
Last edited by sunmaker (2012-04-04 01:10:15)
All boundaries are for practical purposes only.