It’s up, running, and official: Complex Spiral Consulting finally has a Web site. So far I have up recent news and upcoming events, information about the services I’m offering, ways to contact me, and a publications area that contains a new article: Containing Floats. If you’re having trouble getting elements to stretch around floats, this article is for you. Anticipate more such articles in the future, as well as the addition of information on just what I’ve been doing in the past month, and for whom.
Also today, Macromedia announced the impending release of Studio MX 2004, including a major new version of Dreamweaver MX. I’m happy to say that the CSS support in this new Dreamweaver is pretty darned good, and it comes with a number of CSS-driven templates already installed. I provided the layout skeletons to Macromedia, and then helped make sure the markup and layout were acceptable once a design firm made the layouts look pretty. And hey, who are those mugs being quoted in the Dreamweaver MX press release?
There’s also a new layout for the Macromedia Web site, and it uses some relatively sophisticated CSS to create the layout. I did some CSS optimization and upgrade work for the site, running in parallel with the Dreamweaver MX input I was providing.