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Websites are not the same as pictures of websites. When one
person designs in Photoshop and another converts the design
to markup and CSS, the coder must make guesses and assumptions
about what the designer intended. This interpretive
process is never without friction—unless the coder is Dan
Cederholm. When Dan codes other people’s designs, he gets
everything right, including the parts the designer got wrong.
For instance, Dan inevitably translates a designer’s fixed
Photoshop dimensions into code that is flexible, accessible,
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The post-prandial orator was in the midst of his toast, the champagne-foam ran over the edge of his glass and
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delivery of the well-rounded period upon which he was launched, and the blood was rushing to his head in the
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