Due to some scheduled overseas obligations, we are, unfortunately, not on the last Wednesday this month. Instead we are happening a week earlier, but no worries, this will be an epic Talk.CSS. Because venue and talks have been confirmed way in advance. Bring your cat.
Latest CSS news by Talk.CSS
Our no-longer-new regular segment which will cover latest updates in the realm of CSS and HTML.
Something about CSS variables (maybe) by Sheldon Cheng
Sheldon has been penciled in this slot by me. I hope he still wants to be my friend in the future.
Something about CSS modules by Yap Hong Kheng (real title pending)
There may be some compilation involved, maybe? Anyway, stay tuned for updates when Hong Kheng gives me the real talk description.
Can your site work on IE3? by Yeo Kheng Meng and Chen Hui Jing
I am super excited to collaborate with my fellow retro-computing enthusiast, co-organiser of Hackware, and total not-web developer, Kheng Meng on this CSS challenge. Basically, he will run a working copy of Windows 3.1 with IE3 installed, and I will load a site I built on it to see if it displays properly. Challenge is I will NOT test on the machine beforehand. This will either be spectacular or a spectacular failure, we see how.
The CSS doctor is in (our segment that never gets utilised)
Layouts looking a bit broken? CSS issues getting you down? We’re here to help. Tell us your CSS problem and get a crowd-sourced solution from all the CSS enthusiasts in Singapore right here.