I was recently honored with a request to contribute to Design In-Flight magazine, and so the latest issue contains a piece titled “Stripped Down Style”. The article is an expanded version of Really Undoing html.css, accompanied by some screen shots and containing a copy of Tantek’s
undohtml.css. The magazine also includes an article from Jon Hicks about his icon design process, focusing on the icons he’s created for NetNewsWire 2; a piece from Keith Robinson on public speaking; a how-to guide for mapping out the structure of your style sheets by Yasuhisa Hasegawa; and a good deal more.
It does cost a few bucks to get a copy the magazine, but they really are a very few—certainly several less than you’d spend on a comparable magazine in print. You can also get a yearly subscription of four issues for ten bucks. Having read the first two issues of the magazine, I’m definintely feeling an urge to subscribe. Editor Andy Arikawa has proven a master at pulling together some great content from interesting authors, and at covering a diverse set of topics.
I must also admit to some amusement at how the title of this issue, “Not Your Father’s CSS”, echoes (most likely coincidentally) the title of my radio show.