Tag Archives: Markup

TakeOff Conference: Talking About Good Code →

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Yesterday (17. January 2013) I was talking at TakeOff Conference in Lille, France. I actually extended my talk from the Fronteer’s Jam Session “Writing Awesome Code” with lots of new stuff. So check out the slides. There will be a video with the actual talk that is not online yet. I will post it here when it is.

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Just a few words concerning the conference: The organizers are doing a great job here and the speakers are really good. If you’re not here, you are missing out on something :)


My Coding Style and Guidelines

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After Harry Roberts published his HTML/CSS coding style I’ve decided to follow his call and write down how I like to code and what my guidelines for HTML and CSS coding are. This article is only a way to describe what I like to do – but it is by far not a recommendation or something. I have not really tried to “canalize” the coding style I do before but it is about time to do so and to write it down. Please let me know if you think that there are ways to do certain things better or in

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Add Style-Syntax in Comments with `, _ and *

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You may be familiar with the syntax of writing code-Tags like `some code here`. This is what is used by Github for example. At Daring Fireball they wrote up the syntax. Not only for code-Tags but for various features that are connected to style and semantics. In the comments of this blog it is possible to use some of the rules to add some markup to them. For instance when you write: Some fancy text with **styled _markup_** and `code`. It will be transfered to Some fancy text with <strong>styled <em>markup</em></strong> and <code>code</code>. I really like to use these tags

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