Using Firebug to Manage CSS Effectively

I often talk about the benefits of using Firebug for Firefox in the MSDN Design and Customization Forums. Rather than try to type out a long winded article on why it rules, I found a video that should help to convince non believers that it is truly superior to the IE Developers Toolbar: Firebug 1.0 Beta Screencast by Jesse Newland  Takes a little bit of time to download the video, but its worth it.

CSS Friendly Control Adapters in SharePoint 2007 (A Walk-Through) 2

My good friend John Ross just managed to get the CSS Friendly Control Adapters working in a SharePoint 2007 Publish Site, and I was able to talk him into posting a guest blog entry on the topic. If you aren’t familiar with them, you should check out the CSS Friendly Control Adapters here, they are very helpful in creating CSS only, standards compliant controls (like the menu and treeView) for easy styling. I also noted that Microsoft was kind enough to allow the community to take over the development and enhancements of the adapters in an open source model. You can read more about that news in their forums. So without further fanfare, here is John Ross’s CSS Friendly Adapters in SharePoint 2007 walk-through: One of biggest selling points for SharePoint 2007 is that it is built on top of ASP.NET 2.0.  That means, that if you create a design that will work in ASP.NET ...