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SASS, as it stands, will not permit us to use a placeholder to extend a selector from inside a media query, due to scope conflicts. That’s really annoying. Let Hugo Giraudel show you a way around it.

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Filed in? Code, Sites

The Shark Attack web site could with a makeover and a bit of love. It’s just that these client projects will keep rolling in…

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Filed in? Sites, Studio

RGBA colour can help you lay out your web page, identify overlapping elements and see where your CSS or box model implementation has maybe gone a bit wonky. Here’s how.

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Filed in? Code, Design, Sites

The debate over the ‘best’ width for a web site site design resurfaces periodically, usually fed by the latest batch of computer monitors. It’s largely bunk, and here’s why.

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Filed in? Code, Design, Sites

Google analytics is a wonderful, invaluable tool for any webmaster. The basics are well known, but there are hidden gems to be unearthed, such as Custom Reporting.

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Filed in? Business, Design, Sites, Studio, Technology

About a year ago we revamped this site; it was intended as a short term holding position until we found the time to upgrade the design to a blog-based format. Much later than anticipated, we finally got there.

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Filed in? Design, ExpressionEngine, Sites, Studio

Maritime explorer and all-round action man Dom Mee’s web site was badly in need of a face lift and some under-the-hood streamlining. With Dom about to be featured on CNN and anticipating a heavy increase in site traffic, it made sense to try and get the site rebuilt in time to coincide with the TV appearance. With only three days notice, Shark Attack redesigned the site and rebuilt it to web standards, getting the new version online in time for Dom’s CNN interview.

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Filed in? Projects, Sites

Nova-I.T. provide top notch IT training and development services to UK businesses of all sizes, but their website suffered from key usability and accessibility issues. Shark Attack stepped up to the plate and redesigned the site’s underlying structure whilst keeping the overall look, which was tied to the clients existing identity.

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Filed in? Projects, Sites

Like a plumber with leaky pipes, it’s taken an age, but Shark Attack has finally updated it’s web site… sort of.

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Filed in? Sites, Studio

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